Summer Art Institute for High School Artists

The Summer Art Institute is designed for talented and highly motivated high school students. Each two-week session carries three units of UCLA college credit, and is structured around a combination of daily, focused studio work; artist lectures; field trips; and a final exhibition in the New Wight Gallery. Students may enroll in one or both two-week sessions, and choose from Drawing, Painting, Photography, or Sculpture.


Session A: July 5-15, 2016
Courses: Digital Photography | Drawing | Painting

Session B: July 18-29, 2016
Courses: Digital Photography: Portraiture | Drawing | Painting | Sculpture

For more information, please visit Summer Sessions or email summerart@arts.ucla.edu.

 


 
     

"I was so happy to be surrounded by people who had very similar mentalities about art and life. Since I don't go to an art high school, I never get to spend time with people who are as interested in art as me, so I was grateful to have met these students."

– Summer Art Institute Student

     

"I woke up every morning excited to be here. I learned a lot and became a more confident artist."

– Summer Art Institute Student

     
     
     
     





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