Can art look like it’s moving? Is there physics in art? Campers learn about American artists like Jackson Pollock who poured paint; Alexander Calder who invented the mobile; and traditional puppet masters who use shadow silhouettes to tell stories and learn how to make art in their styles. Their explorations of objects in motion include rolling balls down ramps, painting with moving marbles, spinning tops, making spin art, experimenting with balance while making mobiles, and letting gravity help them paint. Campers learn the basics of physics while creating their very own masterpieces.