Registration Opens for Studio & Digital Arts Summer Teen Studios

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SRQ DAILY WEDNESDAY PHILANTHROPY EDITION WEDNESDAY MAY 6, 2020

Students aged 12-18, entering 7th through 12th grades, will find inspiration, outstanding instruction, and interdisciplinary opportunities in online classes that are fun and educational.  Young artists eager to grow their artistic abilities will get their chance this summer at Continuing Studies at Ringling College’s Studio + Digital Arts Summer Teen Studios. In this year’s online Summer Studios, students will investigate new and proven techniques while developing their unique style and advancing critical thinking skills. Students aged 12-18, entering 7th through 12th grades, will find inspiration, outstanding instruction, and interdisciplinary opportunities in online classes that are fun and educational. Class subjects include experimental animation, illustration in pen and ink, writing for video games, digital design fundamentals, a cartoon and comic art workshop, among many more. All classes will be offered via Zoom.

“These sessions stimulate young imaginations and help develop creative skills,” says Diane Zorn, Continuing Studies education program coordinator. “The classes are designed for students focused on developing their art. They’re also very useful for students who want to build their portfolios for college admission.”

For more information visit www.ringling.edu/SDA; email scs@ringling.edu; or call 941-309-5111 and leave a voice message with your name, billing address, and phone number, and also tell us what classes you would like.

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