Tuesday, May 28, 2013
This summer, instead of building campfires, why not build on your creative potential at Summer Studio? Not your typical summer camp, Summer Studio puts students in a hands-on, collaborative environment, where they learn new skills in the fields of design, culinary, media arts or fashion. The Art Institute of Charleston, a branch of The Art Institute of Atlanta, has extended the registration deadline to June 14.
This four-day summer program at The Art Institute of Charleston is open to high school juniors and offers these workshops: Culinary Arts, Design (graphic, web and interior design), Fashion and Media Arts (film and photography). Under the direction of Art Institute of Charleston faculty, students will work on exciting real-world projects and use professional-grade tools and technology to see if a creative college like The Art Institute of Charleston is right for them.
“At Summer Studio, students have the unique opportunity to share their creative passion with like-minded peers, receive feedback from our instructors and get a taste of the college experience,” said Newton Myvett, president of The Art Institute of Charleston.
Summer Studio at The Art Institute of Charleston runs June 16-19. To enroll or for more information, visit www.summerstudio.com/charleston, call Stephanie Bower at 843.727.3509 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. All workshops are non-credit bearing and do not transfer into any of the programs offered at The Art Institute of Charleston. The deadline for registration is June 14.
The Art Institute of Charleston, a branch of The Art Institute of Atlanta, is located at 24 North Market Street, Charleston, SC 29401. For information, visit www.artinstitutes.edu/charleston, call 866.211.0107 or email email@example.com.
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