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the basics

All camps are 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

Pre-and post-camp care is available.

Learn all of the camp basics here

Camp space is limited – find the week of your choosing below and register at the link.

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camp schedule

June 20-24

Immersive Theater
Let’s create theater from the ground up! Campers work with artists, actors and designers to create and perform an original show, while forming a community that works together from “Places!” to curtain call.

This camp is offered free thanks to the generous support of the Benter Foundation. (Pre-and post-camp fees are not included.)

If your preferred Immersive Theater camp is full, please add your name to our Wait List and we will notify you if spaces become available.

June 27-July 1

Immersive Theater
Let’s create theater from the ground up! Campers work with artists, actors and designers to create and perform an original show, while forming a community that works together from “Places!” to curtain call.

This camp is offered free thanks to the generous support of the Benter Foundation. (Pre-and post-camp fees are not included.)

If your preferred Immersive Theater camp is full, please add your name to our Wait List and we will notify you if spaces become available.

July 11-15

Printmaking
Make an impression! Learn a variety of traditional and non-traditional printmaking techniques, from monotypes to silkscreen printing and more.

July 18-22

Pixar in a Box
Campers make their own story through writing, art and collaboration, and dive into the Pixar storytelling process in a model created by the artists, editors and technologists behind the magic of Pixar films.

July 25-29

Animation
Explore bringing your own stories to life using animation! Use storyboarding, 2-D and 3-D materials and stop-motion to create your own animation.

August 1-5

Game Design
What makes games so fun? Learn game design as you play, create and test out all kinds of games in the analog and digital space, from board games to video games.

August 8-12

Building Community
Try out new tools and materials, then use your newfound maker skills to help make your community a more welcoming place.