MoPA to host spring camp

The Museum of Photographic Arts in Balboa Park will hold “Spring Camp: Five Days of Fun and Knowledge” for children ages 8 to 10 in April.

For members, the five-day camp costs $35 per day and $160 for all five days. For nonmembers, it costs $40 per day and $185 for all five days.

Scholarships are available. Go to www.mopa.org.

April 6: DVD Slideshow Mania
Students will create a DVD slideshow.

April 7: Photo Science Lab
Experiment with motion, study plant life and take a closer look at the wonders of the world through a camera lens.

April 8: MoPA Geographic: Photo Safari
Students will use digital cameras to capture animals and exhibits.

April 9: Out of This World Photography
Students will explore their surroundings with digital cameras while learning to use Photoshop and traditional photo-collage techniques.

April 10: Make a Music Video … in SIX Hours
Campers will plan and shoot a music video in one day.

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