Throw a pot, paint a mural, or sculpt your wildest dreams! Possibilities are endless when you let your imagination take the lead.
- Campers learn to use a variety of artistic tools including pottery wheels, welding and glass torches, printing press, and more.
- Individual and Collaborative projects with an emphasis on process learning
- Electric, Gas, and Unique Noborigama Wood-fired Kilns
- Informal Class Critiques, Art History, and Appreciation
- Families Invited to a Formal Gallery Show Each Session
- Spacious new art building houses large, open studios and gallery
Visual Arts Majors
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
- Drawing, Painting, Ceramics, Sculpture, Fiber Arts & Crafts
Major II Classes
- Drawing, Painting, Ceramics, Sculpture, Multimedia Art & Printmaking
Visual Arts Minors
We have a unique staff with a wide variety of specialized skills. Every summer, we strive to design classes that capitalize off of our staff’s special strengths. So, minor class lists change a little every year.
Examples of Past Minor Classes
- Illustration & Comic Book Art
- Painting on Alternative Surfaces
- Sculptural Ceramics
- Functional Ceramics
- Mixed Media Sculptures
- Jewelry Making
- Fabric Art
Some of our classes are in such high demand that they’re offered as both Majors AND Minors, such as Green Corp and LEGO® Robotics and Design!