Studio 345 Summer Program
Studio 345 is pleased to present the 2019 Summer Program for rising 8th – 12th Grade students in Charlotte-Mecklenburg.
Enrollment for Studio 345’s 2019 Summer Program is now closed. Please contact Janice Tucker at Janice.Tucker@ArtsAndScience.org with questions regarding enrollment and class availability.
Who can participate?
The Summer Program is available to any rising 8th – 12th grade student.
What are the dates and times?
Our summer program runs Monday through Thursday from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. the following weeks:
- June 17 – 21
- June 24 – 27
- July 8 – 11
- July 15 – 18
- July 22 – 25
- July 29 – Aug 1
Students should plan to attend all six (6) weeks if possible. Projects will span the whole length of the summer, so the more you attend, the more you’ll get to be involved! Priority will be given to student who can attend all six (6) weeks.
Why should students participate this summer?
- The program is free!* We’ll even provide bus passes for transportation via CATS system.
- Optional lunchboxes are available to purchase at $15.00 per week (3 boxes lunches at $5.00 each). Box lunches include sandwich, chips, cookie and pickle. Pizza will be provided FREE each Thursday.
- Where else will you get the opportunity to work side-by-side with talented artists creating projects that will make a difference?
*$150.00 per week for students who reside outside of Mecklenburg County.
Where does the program take place?
345 North College Street
Charlotte, NC 28202
Rising 8th – 9th grade students will PARTICIPATE IN TWO OF THE FOLLOWING STUDIO 345 CLASSES, PROVIDING AN OVERVIEW OF THE ACADEMIC YEAR PROGRAM.
Music & Podcasting: Studio 345 summer participants will be introduced the fundamentals of singing and songwriting. With the help of teaching artists and complimentary state-of-the-art technology, these young creative artists will learn how to transform ideas into original songs using Garageband. The podcasting portion of the summer program is designed to provide students an audio outlet to express their views on music through the medium of podcasting. We’ll discuss topics that relate to their craft.
Visual Art: Get creative experimenting with various materials to create original works of art. A few of the projects students encounter during this studio course include painting, drawing, collaging, bookmaking and computer graphics.
Photo & Film: Over the summer, participants will be introduced to the art of photography and filmmaking. The studio will divide the six week program teaching photography the first three weeks culminating with film lessons. Using Canon DSLRs for both lessons students will learn techniques that include studio and natural lighting, set placement, and stop motion photography. Students will also recreate their favorite movie scenes as their final project. Come join us in learning the magic behind the lens.
Digital Art: In Digital Art/Graphic Design, students learn how to use state-of-the-art design programs, such as Photoshop, InDesign and Adobe Illustrator, that will help them transform graphics into visual concepts that exhibit their personal voice and creativity.
Rising 10th – 12th grade students will BE ABLE TO PARTICIPATE IN TWO STUDIO CLASSES DURING THE SUMMER PROGRAM.
This summer at Studio 345, students will learn about the relationships between art and science. Whether exploring sound waves in music, learning the chemistry behind photography or finding inspiration from nature, participants will see how their creativity can be linked to science. Rising 10th through 12th grade students will choose two classes from Visual Art, Music/Podcasting, Film/Podcasting and Digital Art/Graphic Design.
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT:
Janice Tucker, Advocacy & Engagement Coordinator, Studio 345, 704-247-2386 or email: email@example.com
Angela Grauel, Program Coordinator, Studio 345, 704-247-2386 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org