Summer at Studio

Photo, Film & Visual Arts: Grades 10-12

In-Person | JUNE 19 - 29

Class Description

During this summer program, high school students in grades 10 - 12 get a preview of the various Studio 345 classes that they could later enroll in for the upcoming fall or spring trimesters.

In Photography, students learn studio lighting, photo editing, and camera techniques that will advance their skills as an artist. Taking students out into the street, this course is a chance to learn, in a way anyone can grasp, the basic insights and hidden secrets of photography.

In Filmmaking, students learn how to make their ideas come to life. Whether it's live-action narratives or stop motion claymation, students learn how to write a script, shoot and compose a scene, and edit a film. Studio 345 students use industry-standard equipment and software to develop their skills and become indie filmmakers.

In Visual Art, students fully explore a variety of mixed media mediums from inks including Chinese brushes and dip pen drawing techniques, bookmaking using accordion and hardbacks techniques, and fun contour portraits.

Sample Day Schedule:

9 - 11 a.m.: Film and Photography
11 a.m. - 1 p.m.: Visual Arts
1 - 1:15 p.m.: Pickup

Snacks are provided between classes.

This class meets in person June 19 - 29 at Arts+ Uptown at 601 E. 5th Street; Ste. 230. (Located inside Ascend Nonprofit Solutions)
Free on-site parking is available first come, first served.


SESSION ONE: Photo, Film & Visual Art (Grades 10 - 12)


Studio 345 is generously sponsored by: