Worcester County’s ‘Summer Arts Week’ gets students creative juices flowing

 

BERLIN, MD.-  In Worcester County, elementary students are putting their creativity to the test for Summer Arts Week.

The Worcester County Arts Council and Public School have teamed up for the program, doing daily stops in the area where students are exposed to the world of art.

Students create artwork, perform songs, and even dance.

The program has been going on over 2 decades, but organizers say they decided to switch things up for those who lacked transportation.

We’re told this week is about bringing art to kids while inspiring them. “From our perspective, to see our program is bringing so much joy and spontaneity to the lives of these little ones is actually touching,” said Vice President of Worcester County Arts Council Priscilla Zytkowicz.

“Art is magical. Its almost like a universal language and we believe that art is so important in students development,” said Executive Director of Worcester County Arts Council Anna Mullis.

Tomorrow concludes the week and students and parents are invited to Snow Hill Parks and Recreation to participate in a physical activity day with the arts council.

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