2023 Renaissance Teen Camp
June 5-July 14, 2023
8:00 AM to 4:30 PM
Various locations on campus
See workshop listing: $190 per camp/discounts available
Swimming at the CPA on campus
There are still openings at this time.
June 5-9: Reece Galaxy
Art in Space! The one week Teen Camp for 7th graders and up, Reece Galaxy: Art in
Space, will be in session June 5-9. Campers will create an outer space -inspired art
installation in one of the Reece Museum's three galleries. Collaborating with artists
and museum staff, campers will work together to paint murals and creatively reuse
paper to produce an installation that will transform a gallery space into an out-of-this-world
experience.The exhibition will open to the public at the end of the camp and remain
on display through September 15. Beyond creating an exhibition, campers will also
enjoy daily indoor and outdoor activities on campus. The Reece Galaxy: Art in Space
will give campers an opportunity to create an art exhibition in a professional museum,
learn fun and interesting art making techniques, and explore the "final frontier."
June 12-16: Teen Leadership
"Everyone has the potential to become a leader." At the ETSU Teen Leadership camp, campers will learn what being a leader truly means. Activities will include the ETSU ropes course, guest speakers from around the region, and team building exercises. Leadership is the backbone of society! From organizing community activities to identifying neighborhood needs, leaders can be found everywhere, including inside you!
June 19-23: Art and Design I
Drawing and painting: Campers will learn drawing and painting techniques, as well as applying a mixed media exploratory approach to art making. Digital Materials: Small sculpture. Campers will use digital processes such as ADOBE Illustrator to learn to operate our vinyl cutter and laser cutter making 2D and 3D works. Therefore, expanding their digital and material capabilities.
June 26-30: Art and Design II
Fibers: Weaving and Wrapping. Campers will learn how to weave on a farame and practice several fibers wrapping techniques to create unique pieces, as well as some direct dye methods. Printmaking: In this exploratory print intensive camp, campers will make zines, cyanotypes, monotype image transfers, and screen prints.
July 10-14: Robotics
Campers will work with Kailee Amburgey to use LEGO MINDSTORM to program a robot. Kailee has been competing with robotices since high school. She has expanded the Robotics camp by inviting teams to show their robots. For rising 7th graders and up. Ages 12 or higher.
No refund after camp starts. A $50 administrative fee if a refund is requested less than seven days before the camp begins.
*Remember to bring a bag lunch & a drink each day. TEEN Camps will have a drop-off and pick-up at specific locations based on where they will be for their camp. Please check the Parent's Handbook for specific locations. Wear clothing that may get dirty. For more information or any questions, please contact Professional Development at 423-439-8084 or firstname.lastname@example.org