If you're looking for an educational opportunity for your children, the Albany Museum of Art has you covered this week.
Monday starts Albany Museum of Art's second to last week of summer art camp.
This week, the theme is printing and painting.
It's for kids 1st through 5th grades.
The kids will learn to design their own t-shirt by the end of the week.
"Silk screen to make t-shirts, line-a-cut blocks, your kid will get to make an iron-on patch for their clothing that has it's own distinctive print on it," said Chloe Hinton with AMA.
If you want to sign your student up for the camp or find out more, click here.
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