Students weave a masterpiece

Mila Sergent-Mani works on an individual weaving project to hang from the corner of the large-scale piece.

Alexandra Albanzen threads a piece of caution tape through a frame to make a design.

Grace Hohman carefully works to start her design.

Carson Timko threads strip after strip of table cloth along the side of the project.

Luka Sergent-Mani threads a stripe of yellow table cloth through a Pac-Man design.

Luke Petersen finds an empty space on the project to start his masterpiece.

Students and volunteers at the Firelands Association for the Visual Arts summer camp work together on a large-scale weaving project.

Photos by Valerie Urbanik | Oberlin News-Tribune

Students participating in a Firelands Association for the Visual Arts summer camp work on a large-scale weaving project on the front lawn. Each student used multi-color caution tape and plastic tablecloths to create their own designs of animals, abstract designs, and words. The week-long camp runs through July 17 and the next one begins Aug. 17 for kids ages five to 12.