Throw a pot, paint a mural, sculpt your wildest dreams, plant a garden. Possibilities are endless when you let your imagination take the lead.
Campers in the Visual Arts program choose a specific medium to study, learning and practicing new skills and techniques, and working on projects. Campers learn to work with a variety of artistic tools including a printing press, loom, pottery wheels, welding and glass torches, and electric, gas, and unique Noborigama wood-fired kilns. They also participate in informal class critiques and learn about art history.
- Major I classes include : Drawing, Painting, Ceramics, Sculpture, Fiber Arts & Crafts.
- Major II classes include : Drawing, Painting, Ceramics, Sculpture, Multimedia Art & Printmaking.
Past Visual Arts Minors, which vary every summer and reflect the unique strengths of current staff, have included Illustration & Comic Book Art, Painting on Alternative Surfaces, Sculptural Ceramics, Functional Ceramics, Mixed Media Sculptures, Jewelry Making, and Fabric Art.
Understanding how the environment works, and keeping it healthy…that’s the work of the Green Corps!
Log tree species or track the turtles in Lake Inferior! Become an organic gardener and learn about composting! Participate in environmental activism expressed through the arts! If you are interested in organic gardening, camp conservation, ecology, and environmental art, consider joining the Green Corp, offered as both a major and minor.
- Green Corps will be offered during Major II, and one or both minors.
Our most popular past minor, Green Corps Explorers, combines the best of Green Corps (nature, gardening, bugs, and activism), creative and personal journaling, and multi-media. You’ll get to explore the world around you in a fun and exciting way!