2013 Summer Camps
• Art: June 17–21
• Musical Theatre: June 24–28
for middle & high school students
Find Your Path to Success
Whether your passion is art or musical theatre, Piedmont College has a summer camp experience designed to help you get started down the path to success.
"The summer Theatre camp was an amazing experience for not only the students, but also for me as an instructor. The students were monumentally talented and showed incredible growth in a relatively short period of time. Some came in with a lot of acting experience, while others had none. Each student shined in their own way. The show that we put together was amazing, and applicable to each students life. Watching them put the show together was satisfying, but seeing the final production was the most overwhelming and accomplished feeling I have ever had. Each student was a joy to work with and I look forward to seeing them grow as actors."
- Jennifer Fuller, Camp Instructor
Join Professor Chris Kelly and college art students to work on painting, photography and pottery. Morning sessions will explore the world of 2D in photography and painting; afternoon sessions will work in sculpture and ceramics. All supplies are included.
All supplies are included.
Students are asked to bring a digital camera - large megapixel cameras are requested, but point and shoot will work fine.
The Musical Theatre Camp is directed by professor Bill Gabelhausen and college theatre students. Morning sessions will include group and individual work on stage movement, improvisation, monologue development, character development, and script analysis. After lunch, campers will develop a performance to be presented on Friday afternoon in the Swanson Center Mainstage Theatre.