We are excited to offer a variety of summer programs virtually for 2021. The School of Art and Design will host virtual summer events June 28–July 2 in graphics, drawing, bookmaking, and sculpture. The Department of Theatre will offer a virtual summer program June 28–30 in acting and theatre tech. The Department of Dance will host a dance intensive virtually June 28–July 2 that will feature classes in contemporary, ballet, repertory, and more. Details and applications to participate will be available on March 15.
Join other talented high school students to explore creativity, build valuable skills, and become immersed in the arts at our summer programs.
The most recent Discover Architecture program was held over Zoom in July 2020. Students were given a sketchbook to practice their drawing and freehand sketching, were exposed to the school's program areas and learned how to begin assembling a portfolio of their work. Virtually, students visited the Illinois School of Architecture and an architectural firm. Four-hour sessions taught across several days gave students an introduction to Illinois faculty, who are committed to giving the students at the Illinois School of Architecture a robust education about and experience within the built environment.
Discover Architecture is focused not only on helping prospective students decide if they want to pursue architecture as a profession, but also on giving students new to architecture a look into a unique undergraduate experience. Please email email@example.com with questions about the 2021 offerings.
Illinois Summer Youth Music will have a large lineup of virtual programs during summer 2021. The following programs will be offered: Flute, Oboe and Bassoon, Clarinet, Trumpet, Horn, Trombone, Tuba and Euphonium, Percussion, Composition, Hip Hop, Music Technology (Beginner and Advanced), and Jazz Piano. The list is still growing, and the website will be updated shortly with details. Registration will launch on March 1. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with questions in the meantime.