UW-Madison Department of Art High School Summer Program
This one-week course provides 30 hours of immersive, 2D and 3D studio experiences, walking tours of art museums and galleries, and conversation with UW- Madison art faculty and MFA candidates. This summer, 2D studio focuses on woodcut relief printmaking but also includes multi-media exploration, observational drawing, and examination of contemporary print makers and their practices. In 3D studio, students discover glass as an art media and learn to use a specific technique called “networking”. All participating high school students establish a permanent UW-Madison transcript record and will earn one, undergraduate credit for completion of this course.
Monday, June 26 through Friday, June 30, 2017, 9:00 – 4:30
UW-Madison Campus, George Mosse Humanities Building and Art Lofts
Wisconsin students entering their junior or senior year of high school who have at least a 3.0 GPA and can provide or access daily transportation to and from campus.
Approximately $480 plus $65 registration/transcript fee
Check this site by March 1 for up-to-date registration information. Enrollment deadline: May 29, 2017. Number of students admitted = 20 maximum (so register early!).
Once you are officially enrolled in the course, you will receive more detailed information via email about Summer Studio in early June (info on what to bring, where to meet on the first day, etc.). In the meantime, if you have any questions, please contact the Summer Studio Program Coordinator, Dr. Mary Hoefferle at email@example.com
See sample schedule for the week below (details subject to change):