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Arizona State University's Deer Valley Rock Art Center offers an action-packed summer camp for children 8–12 at a real archaeological site and desert nature preserve.
Campers learn about archaeology, the Sonoran Desert, cultural anthropology, Southwestern peoples and sustainability through hands-on educational activities, archaeological fieldwork and demonstrations, art and science projects, nature hikes and cultural experiences.
ASU anthropologists and sustainability educators teach the program with local artists and indigenous experts. This year’s camp is a collaboration with the ASU Global Institute of Sustainability.
Session I runs June 2-6.
Session II (repeat program) runs June 16-20.
Instructors: Casandra Hernandez and Gina Hupton
Camp sessions are limited to 20 children, and advance registration is required. To participate, please complete and return the registration form with payment.
Scholarships are available. To apply, please complete the scholarship application form and submit by the deadline. For more information, contact Casandra.Hernandez@asu.edu.
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