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Sunday, June 17 – Wednesday, June 20
Students entering grades 10-12
Fee: $ 415
includes all activities, meals, and on-campus housing
Registration is now closed.
Information for the next camp available in early 2019.
2018 Summer Studio Theme: Poster Design
Topics and workshops will vary each summer to provide campers the opportunity to broaden their graphic design knowledge and experience.
About the Camp
The Penn College Graphic Design Summer Studio is an intensive three-day workshop that guides participants through the graphic design process from ideation and concept development to production. High school students interested in a career in graphic design will have an opportunity to work with faculty and students in the development of real-world visual design solutions. Workshops will take place in cutting-edge labs and studios and utilize industry standard hardware and software. The workshop culminates in a camper exhibition for parents and families of the work produced over the three days.
Wednesday, June 20 Parents are invited to a Showcase on Wednesday, June 20 from 4-5 p.m. in the Campus Center Rotunda.
Graphic Design Summer Studio Workshops
An examination of graphic design as it relates to the poster, one of society’s most important and pervasive mediums of visual communication. In a design-studio environment, campers will develop and produce posters for an assigned event and have the opportunity to experiment with solutions using a variety of materials and techniques. This workshop will focus on concepts of marketing and advertising as they relate to graphic design.
Campers are introduced to graphic design and the graphic design process. This workshop will cover concept development and how designers formulate solutions to complicated design problems.
Campers will have an opportunity to use industry-standard software for the creation of graphics and typography.
Corporate Identity Design
This workshop examines graphic design from the standpoint of brand and marketing as it relates to a product-oriented company. In a design-studio environment, campers will develop and produce identity components for an assigned business.
Campers are introduced to the standard methods of graphic design production and presentation. Participants will learn about file preparation, printing, and displaying their work for both clients and a portfolio. This workshop will culminate in a student-show of the work created during the summer studio.