UW Madison Summer Arts Camp
UW-Madison Department of Art High School Summer ProgramWhat:This one-week course provides 30 hours of immersive, 2D and 3D studio experiences, walking tours of art museums and galleries, and conversation with UW- Madison art faculty and MFA graduate students. This summer, 2D studio focuses on woodcut relief printmaking but also includes multi-media exploration, observational drawing, and examination of contemporary print makers and their practices. In 3D studio, students discover glass as an art media and learn to use a specific technique called “networking”. All participating high school students establish a permanent UW-Madison transcript record and will earn one, undergraduate credit for completion of this course.
When:Monday, June 26 through Friday, June 30, 2017, 9:00 – 4:30Where:UW-Madison Campus, George Mosse Humanities Building and Art Lofts
Who:Wisconsin students entering their junior or senior year of high school who have at least a 3.0 GPA and can provide or access daily transportation to and from campus.
Cost:Approximately $480 plus $65 registration/transcript fee
*$200 scholarships are available for the first ten students to register (see registration below)
Registration:Click here to review and complete the four-step registration process.
Enrollment deadline: May 1, 2017.
Number of students admitted = 20 maximum (so register early!).
Once you are officially enrolled in the course, you will receive more detailed information via email about Summer Studio in early June (info on what to bring, where to meet on the first day, etc.). In the meantime, if you have any questions, please contact the Summer Studio Program Coordinator, Dr. Mary Hoefferle at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Oscar Howe Summer Art Institute
I am writing to share information about the Oscar Howe Summer Art Institute, June 11-23, 2017. The OHSAI is a free summer art institute open to high school students grades 10-12, with a demonstrated talent in the visual arts and strong interest in Indian culture. Participants are selected based upon their applications. Special attention is given to applications from Native American students.
How to apply
Visit us online at http://www.usd.edu/fine-arts/art/ohsai
Applications are due April 1 and must include:
1. Letter of Application, containing the students name and contact information and a statement of why you would like to attend the OHSAI.
2. Letter of Reference from an instructor, artist or other interested party, addressing why the nominee should be accepted into the Institute.
3. Portfolio of Artwork, consisting of 15 images of the student’s artwork. Preferred method is to send a CD of the students work in jpg format at the highest resolution possible.
For more information or to apply to this year’s Institute please contact us by email at email@example.com, or by phone 605-677-5636.
Cory Knedler, Chair
Department of Art, room 179
The University of South Dakota
414 E. Clark Street
Vermillion, SD 57069
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Sharon Lynne Wilson Center for the Arts
SLWCA is located in Brookfield, WI
CLASSES FOR ALL AGES
Let your creativity shine with lifelong learning experiences for all ages! Connect with other artists and cultures, expand your perspective, and tap into your creative side with Wilson Center visual art classes, as well as Irish dance, music, and theatre classes offered at the Wilson Center by our world-class community partner organizations: Trinity Academy of Irish Dance, Wisconsin Conservatory of Music, and First Stage Academy. Sign up to receive additional information about our classes and receive class guides in the mail!
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VISUAL ART CLASSES & WORKSHOPS
Painting, drawing, ceramics, interior design, and more—the Wilson Center offers year-round visual art classes and workshops for kids, families, teens, and adults. All classes are taught by Wilson Center teaching artists.
UW Green Bay Studio Art Camps
Summer Art Studio Camps: Celebrating 59 years of commitment to visual arts excellence, the Summer Art Studio offers an in-depth experience for middle and high school students. Classes are offered in a variety of media and subject areas and are all held in the well-equipped art studios of UW-Green Bay. Middle school campers will experience two unique mediums. They will have the opportunity to choose a morning and an afternoon class. High school campers focus in only one area, allowing for an immersion experience in that art genre. In addition, there are many opportunities for interaction with other campers and faculty. Critiques, slide lectures, field trips, and a final exhibition all encourage exchange of ideas and styles.
Faculty and guest instructors are drawn from the ranks of UW-Green Bay and the surrounding region. All are highly-respected, professional artists who are also excellent teachers.
2017 Camp Brochure PDF - inclues paper registration form
MIAD Pre-College Programs
WHAT IS PRE-COLLEGE?
MIAD's Pre-College Program is a series of weekend and summer classes devoted to developing high school students' artistic skills and preparing them for an art and design college. Classes are available for high school freshman through senior year.
WHY IS MIAD'S PRE-COLLEGE PROGRAM TOPS?
Shell Lake Arts Center
Located in beautiful northwestern Wisconsin, only a short hour and fifteen minutes north of Eau Claire, the Shell Lake Arts Center in Shell Lake provides a premium learning experience for all students. Our programs and staff are well-respected nationally with some of the longest running programs of their kind in the United States. With 50 years of experience, the Arts Center provides a positive, safe and secure learning environment for students to further develop and explore their talents.
Featuring summer camps in many arts related fields Click here for details.
Interlochen Center For the Arts
Interlochen is located in northwestern Michigan.
Interlochen Center for the Arts offers arts education programs for students in grades 3-12 and adults of all ages. Interlochen also hosts hundreds of concerts and events and is home to two award-winningpublic radio stations.
Summer Arts Camp
Each summer, student artists in grades 3-12 gather at Interlochen to learn, create and perform alongside leading artists and instructors.
SAIC in Chicago Pre-College Programs
Registration for the Early College Program Summer Institute 2017 begins Wednesday, January 4th!
ECP Summer Institute Registration Form [PDF]
High school students who are at least 15 years old and not more than 18 years old and have completed their sophomore, junior, or senior year are eligible to enroll in the Early College Program Summer Institute (ECPSI).
Housing, merit scholarships, and need-based aid are available.
Session 1: Two weeks
Monday, June 19–Friday, June 30
Session 2: Two weeks
Monday, July 3–Friday, July 14
Session 3: Two weeks
Monday, July 17–Friday, July 28
Session 4: Four weeks
Monday, July 3–Friday, July 28
Intense. Rigorous. Life Changing.
Early College Program Summer Institute (ECPSI) at the Nation's Most Influential Art and Design School.
Ideas Matter Here
Which is why we empower you with the freedom to work in multiple media. With us, you can incorporate text into paintings, combine performance and sculpture, and explore the relationship of sound to architecture. The possibilities are truly limitless. And, you will leave our program with higher confidence and innovative, portfolio-quality work.
"We want our students to be able to master not just one medium, but to have the freedom to move and explore throughout different disciplines; to experiment; to take risks; to find the right solution for each individual problem.
Our interdisciplinary philosophy, accomplished by excellent, enthusiastic faculty, the third largest collection of art in the world, and one of the most exciting cities in the country, make SAIC the whole package." —Rafael Vera, ECPSI instructor