主要课?#25506;?#32461;：This camp provides a stimulating environment for young artists to grow as creative, unique individuals and to learn how to creatively problem solve. In addition to daily studio art projects, students visit the collections of the Art Institute of Chicago to experience art firsthand. Individual sketchbooks compliment these visits to capture creative research, ideas, and reactions. Campers work together on a variety of fun projects and participate in the joys of making art with friends, experimenting with painting, drawing, mixed-media, sculpture, printmaking, and much more! Students may enroll for morning (AM), afternoon (PM), or both camp sessions (All Day). Each session has a new focus so students that enroll in both sessions encounter all new studio projects.
主要课?#25506;?#32461;：This camp provides a stimulating environment for students to explore their artistic potential and increase skill development by working with a variety of materials, using the Art Institute of Chicago, surrounding architecture and public art, and current events as inspiration. Students gain skills in a wide variety of media, which may include drawing, painting, printmaking, sculpting, and mixed-media in addition to critical thinking, time management, and problem solving in a fun, safe, and nurturing environment. Projects are designed to enhance both personal expression and collaborative abilities while introducing students to contemporary and historical art. Students may enroll for morning (AM), afternoon (PM), or both camp sessions (All Day). Each session has a new focus so students that enroll in both sessions encounter all new studio projects.
电玩设计（Video Game Design Camp）
主要课?#25506;?#32461;：Video games develop exciting characters, tell original stories, build vivid graphics, and present a great opportunity for interactivity- plus they are super fun! In this dynamic and challenging camp, students experiment with video game production by coding and illustrating a series of playable computer video games; even sharing some of their creations with friends on the web! Students make use of traditional and digital media such as sketch booking, story boarding, Twine, Game Maker Studio, HTML5, Java script, sound effect editors, and digital drawing to create one-of-a-kind video games.
漫画设计（Comics/Graph Novels Camp）
主要课?#25506;?#32461;：Students take their illustrations to the next level by creating their own unique comics and graphic novels. Emphasis is placed on storytelling, introducing students to character development, plot structure, scripting, and storyboarding. Skills in penciling, inking, coloring, space, and perspective are introduced through the use of a wide variety of traditional and non-traditional media, such as colored pencils, oil pastels, watercolors, digitally edited drawings, and handmade zines. Artist presentations, trips to the Art Institute of Chicago, and visits to downtown Chicago's vast array of public art provide inspiration and drawing practice as an entry into the basics of comic narrative and stylization. This is an excellent camp to take after our Illustration Camp, but previous experience is not required.
主要课?#25506;?#32461;：This camp introduces young designers to fashion with an emphasis on discovering their own style while learning the technical skills that allow them to take their designs from concept to reality. Activities guide students through the process of developing original ideas, finding inspiration for fashion in the world around them, and responding to the work of other artists and designers. Students build fundamental skills in fashion research and drawing, draping, garment construction, and machine and hand sewing. Students also explore sculptural draping by using paper to create exciting experimental garments on the dress form. As their designs develop, additional technical skills are introduced, including fabric printing, fabric dyeing, and embroidery. Visits to the Art Institute of Chicago, SAIC's Fashion Resource Center, and the Flaxman Library provide inspiration and supplement the studio experience. Working with hand-dyed fabric and deconstructed thrift store garments, each camp ends in an exciting runway show for parents and friends. Lessons/projects change each camp so students may enroll in multiple camps over the summer.
油画素描（Drawing and Painting Camp）
主要课?#25506;?#32461;：camp offers students the opportunity to focus on their drawing and painting skills in a highly creative and challenging environment. Through individual and collaborative projects, students are introduced to both traditional and experimental materials and methods and explore a variety of drawing techniques and approaches to build their technical, spatial, and creative abilities, including essential elements of 2D design and art. Working with a wide range of materials, students investigate contemporary subjects and themes using pencil, charcoal, pastel, ink, gouache, water-based paint, and mixed-media through skills such as line, perspective, tone, proportion, composition, value, gesture, and contour. Trips to the Art Institute of Chicago Museum to observe and sketch from a wide variety of paintings, sculptures, and objects are used as inspiration for studio work. This camp is designed for beginning students as well as those who want to continue developing their skills and confidence in drawing and painting, and can be repeated for continued skill and idea building.
主要课?#25506;?#32461;：Take your artwork off the wall and into three dimensions! This camp is for students interested in creating three-dimensional artworks using both traditional and contemporary processes, from the hand built to using recycled materials and beyond. Sculptural methods are introduced through techniques such as sketching, clay sculpting, carving, mold making, soft sculpture, and material manipulation. Works are produced using individual processes and group collaborations while students explore the physical world through form, texture, scale, light, the human body and its senses, and more. Students are also encouraged to incorporate their own collection of unconventional or recycled materials into their projects. Supplementing the studio experience, field trips to the Art Institute of Chicago and surrounding landmarks offer students the opportunity to observe and discuss traditional and contemporary sculptures and 3D objects firsthand.