Summer art camp available to high schoolers
At the start of their residency, students will declare an area of emphasis. While in residence, they will spend the majority of their time working with master instructors in that medium. Remaining class time will be devoted to other media, fostering creative processes in new aesthetic possibilities and challenges. The program encourages collaboration between students as they build their way to final projects.
Participating students can earn up to two hours of college credit. Financial aid and scholarships are available. Application deadline is April 15; a 5 percent tuition discount will be granted to participants applying before April 1. To learn more and to apply, visit bluratsbc.com .
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