Design Summer Camp Program
Program for high-school students
From the printed page to digital interaction, learn to turn your creativity into world changing design. Participants will step into the studio and gain experience working in a collaborative learning space, preparing them for a project oriented post-secondary environment. This unique one-week intensive summer program, open to high-school youth (ages 15-18), is devoted to the practice of visual design and creative problem solving, giving participants the opportunity to gain familiarity with the techniques and facilities of a university design studio with a focus on visual exploration and real-world problem solving. Over the course of the week students will create, critique, and apply their visual design skills in dynamic ways that will set them on a path to be tomorrow’s design leaders.
Learning and Career Growth
In this camp, students will:
1. Learn to solve problems using visual design.
2. Explore opportunities that would benefit a potential career or personal interest in the design industry.
3. Gain hands-on experiences using industry standard design techniques and applications.
4. Experience university level instruction in an interactive studio/classroom environment.
5. Improve teamwork and problem-solving skills through peer-to-peer feedback and instructor led critiques.
6. Make new friends and have fun!
Duration & Delivery
This one-week summer camp will run Monday – Friday, July 8 – 12, 2019 from 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Classes are located at Allard Hall at MacEwan’s City Centre Campus.
This Design Summer Camp is open to high-school youth (ages 15-18) with an interest in developing an understanding of possible design career fields through hands-on experiences. Basic computer skills and an interest in design are required.
How to Apply
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For more information about the Design Summer Camp program, please contact email@example.com or call our office at 780-497-5030.
Fees are $495 to complete the program and are due at the time of application.
-Drop-off/sign-in will begin at 8:30 a.m. at Allard Hall, with in-class activities starting promptly at 9:00 a.m. Specific room information will be provided at the time of registration. Please note - before and after care will not be provided.
-Participants will be required to sign-in and out each day, unless indicated otherwise upon registration by a parent or guardian.
-Participants will break for lunch from 12:00 - 1:00 p.m. Lunch will not be provided so be sure to plan accordingly.
-Please come prepared with a notebook, pen and pencil. Additional supplies will be provided.
-For parking and public transit information, please visit City Centre Campus > Transportation Services
If you have any questions about your enrolment, or if you would prefer not to enrol online, contact us and we will be happy to assist you.
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