KSU Visual Arts Summer Programs

Summer Visual Arts Intensive
June 3–7, 2019 | 8:30AM–4:30PM

Summer Art Intensive

Registration is open through May 31, 2019 or until filled

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The KSU Summer Visual Arts Intensive day summer camp is a one-week, non-residential program for high school students interested in the visual arts.

Students will choose a concentration such as digital animation painting, photo/video, sequential art, electronic illustration, mixed media, sculpture or historical studio practices (with focus on art history and drawing) with KSU faculty and students. Our summer day camp program is designed to help students further develop their skills and creativity, and strengthen their portfolios. A pin-up show at the end of the week will highlight student work. The School of Art & Design also offers incentive scholarships every year to outstanding students who attend the intensive.

The intensive is open to rising 9th grade students through rising college freshmen.

Registration: $295*
*Includes lunch in our nationally recognized dining hall, The Commons, Monday-Friday.

Application Deadline: May 31, 2019

*After registration, all communications will be done via the email addresses provided in your application.


Summer Art History Intensive
June 3–7, 2019 | 8:30AM–4:30PM 

summer art history intensive

Registration is open through May 31, 2019 or until filled

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Caravaggio and the Spaniards

This art history intensive consists of two components:

  1. a study of the work of the early Italian Baroque painter Michelangelo da Merisi, more commonly known as Caravaggio, and the impact that his unique artistic vision had on 17th-century Spanish painters from Naples-based Jusepe Ribera to the most renowned Spanish painter, Diego Velazquez.
  2. a technical exploration of the tenebroso or theatrical lighting that make Caravaggio’s work and 17th-century Spanish painting so visually impressive, emotionally compelling and dramatic. Students will create a drawing on toned paper, either after a masterwork of Caravaggio or after a Spanish master.

Mornings will be dedicated to the art historical aspects of the period
and the afternoons will be devoted to creating a drawing based on
an Italian or Spanish masterpiece.

This program is limited to 15 students.

Participants who attend the Summer Arts Intensive will be considered
for scholarships to attend Kennesaw State University and major in one
of the disciplines within the School of Art and Design.

Registration: $295*
*Includes lunch in our nationally recognized dining hall, The Commons, Monday-Friday.
 

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