Discover how animals hide all around us, on land and in water. Explore the art and science of camouflage through outdoor adventures, art projects, games, stories, music and movement. Create and hide your own camouflaged critter. Try mask-making, collage, and building with natural materials. Join us for a week of sneaky, spying fun.
Nicole Conte, AB (Dartmouth), MS (Antioch), is a Vermont-certified elementary teacher with a focus on environmental education and creative arts for out-of-school time. She has taught classes for young people at ArtisTree since 2014: creative arts & science camps, dance, drama and family movement. Nicole is also lead teacher for pre-K "Clover Sprouts" camps at the Feast and Field Market site in Barnard. Her prior work includes over ten years at the Vermont Institute of Natural Science as teacher and coordinator of education programs for young children through adults.