Tulsa Public School leaders are offering an arts camp for kids this summer.
The Kravis Summer Arts Camp is a 2-week camp that runs through Thursday at both Will Rogers College High School and the University of Tulsa.
Students from grade school to high school have been creating art projects, playing music and performing on stage.
The camp wraps up Friday with an art show and final performance.
Ann Tomlins is the Fine Arts Coordinator and she says, "We have three things - fun, friends and fine arts. They take fine arts home, they all make friends and they have lots of fun. We hear lots of laughter in the classroom.
The camp started 12 years ago with a grant.
More than 200 kids are participating this year.
Tulsa Public School teachers and University of Tulsa professors lead the groups.