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Art: Summer at Penn

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Ages: 14-18

Gender: Co-Ed

Type: Overnight/Residential

Physical Address:
3451 Walnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104

Mailing Address:
610 South Henderson Road
King of Prussia, PA USA 19406

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Four-week summer camp at UPenn. Teens can choose from courses in animation, drawing, filmmaking, photography, sculpture, graphic design, printmaking, product design, and more. Read More!

About Art: Summer at Penn

The University of Pennsylvania School of Design offers four-week summer camps for high school students. This program prepares students for college admissions as you experience college life and create your portfolio.

Working with Penn faculty and other young artists and designers from around the world, you will experiment with different disciplines, learn new skills and build your visual portfolio. The curriculum is taken from undergraduate Penn courses and is sequenced and paced for the age and experience of the students. Classes are small to encourage close interaction between teachers and students.

All student work is displayed in a final exhibition which takes place on the last Friday of the session.


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notasummerbummer said...
Feb. 27, 2011 at 12:59 pm
I went here for 3 years and I absolutely loved it.  Everyone is accepted in every single aspect (I.E. everyone gets a part in a musical or play, everyone finds a group of friends, everyone can do their own arts OR play any sport they like!)  Mark and Susan, the camp owners, go out of their way for the kids here.  I am actually stopping this camp to pursue my riding career but as a person who didn't do a play or musical, I was honestly never bored.  Last year was sadly ... (more »)

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