Summer Camp for Kids at Ubuntu Fish Gallery
Ubuntu Fish Gallery (UFG) is an artists’ gallery and intuitive lounge created by artists for artists. Their intention is to provide a safe and comfortable environment where the gifts of creativity and spirituality can flourish in tandem.
UFG is taking its philosophy of combining creativity and self-awareness, while embracing the notion that “we are all in this together” and bringing it to the children.
This summer, UFG is offering a week-long program for children 9 to 13 years old that inspires creativity, includes the elements of nature, and focuses on helping children to recognize and integrate social personal skills such as accountability, self-reflection, communication, kindness, clarity, and more. The children will spend their days learning about themselves and the world around them while creating beautiful artwork with a variety of different mediums.
As a 25-year veteran educator, Dana Sardano understands that the only way children can properly function in the world around them is to truly understand and be accountable for what they bring to it. Sardano combines creativity, mindfulness, and playfulness for a week-long experience that the children will remember for years to come.