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At camp, kids get foundation in the art, technique of designing spaces
They may not all end up becoming architects, but the young people attending this summer's Renaissance Kids Architecture Day Camp at Andrews University are certainly learning to explore their creative side. Jessica Snively, a student at Andrews Academy, took part in the architecture camp last year and thought it was fun. She spent much of this week designing a sculpture garden that has a path in the shape of a snake, little bridges, a fountain with fish squirting water and a giant turtle people can walk under. Read more.