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Are you interested in 3D design and 3D printing? Digital music? Making games? Using technology to be creative? Love both art AND engineering? Come this June and join faculty and graduate students from ASU’s Digital Culture program to engage both your artistic and technical sides in a series of short, project-focused modules ranging from producing digital music to coding for games to 3D printing and projection mapping. Low student to staff ratios make this camp engaging and with lots of individualized attention. Access to state-of-the-art technology like new Macbooks with tons of professional media software and a fully equipped fabrication lab makes this unique camp an experience for future makers, artists, entrepreneurs, and engineers.
The Digital Culture Summer Institute is organized into three independent weeks of courses, with a track for High School students and Junior High students. Each week students select 3 of the courses being offered. Class size is limited and enrollment will be offered on a first come, first served basis.
The Summer Institute is open to students entering grades 7-12, and just-graduated seniors. There is a registration tuition fee of $300 per week. This fee includes instruction and all material costs.
The Digital Culture Summer Institute was created by the School of Arts, Media and Engineering - part of the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts at ASU. AME's Digital Culture initiative is an innovative degree program that offers students interdisciplinary degrees learning technology, design, media and art. For more information, please visit ame.asu.edu.
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