Design Day Camp: Discover What it Means to be a Graphic Designer
This half-day hands-on design camp at Kutztown University will introduce sophomore, junior, and senior high school students to design as a career and raise awareness of design’s possibilities. The students will explore their creativity and critical thinking abilities and learn how they can impact society through design. Students will learn the creative design process through a hands-on graphic design challenge. The first workshop will show you how to use what you have around the house to create a gig poster by considering visual-verbal synergy, hierarchy, and other basic design principles. The second workshop will walk students through the design process of sketching, illustrating, and printing.
Who should attend: sophomore, junior, or senior high school students interested in graphic design as a career path.
(In-Person) Design Day Camp
November 18th, 2023 from 9am-1:45pm
9:00am – Arrive at Sharadin Art Building
9:15am–11am Gig Poster Collage
1pm-1:45pm Q & A/Parent Tour/Presentation
Registration is Closed
Questions: Email Dannell MacIlwraith @ firstname.lastname@example.org
Art Day Camp: Discover What it Means to be an Artist
This half-day hands-on art camp at Kutztown University will introduce sophomore, junior, and senior high school students to art as a career and raise awareness of art’s possibilities. By understanding the power of visual language, artists can unlock a world of self-expression, social change, creative collaboration, and fulfilling professional careers. Be empowered by art! The first workshop is fabric marbling, the art of floating paints & dyes in a liquid bath, manipulating them into various original patterns, and then transferring the design to textiles. In this workshop, you will create your unique textile artwork with Art Professor Liz Quay. The second workshop will walk students through a hands on egg tempera painting, and more. Open your minds to the third dimension and create various forms that can be functional, sculptural, or both.
Who should attend: sophomore, junior, or senior high school students interested in art as a career path.
(IN-PERSON) Art Day Camp
November 18th, 2023 from 12:45pm-5:15pm
12:45pm – Arrive at Sharadin Art Building
1pm–2pm – Welcome and Q&A/Parent Tour/Presentation
2:15pm–3:45pm – Textile Marbling with Prof. Liz Quay
4:00pm–5:15pm – Egg Tempera Painting with Prof. Tim Betz
Registration is Closed
Questions: Email Prof. DeSianno @ email@example.com