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Immerse Yourself at CCAD. Residential Programs /Summer 2014 Discovery Club for grades 7–9 College PreView for grades 10–12 Educators’ Summer Studio for educators

Go for some truly immersive learning on campus this summer: Students from grades 7–12 can explore their future in art and design—while educators enrich and recharge both their creative and their professional work.

Discovery Club

College PreView

Educators’ Summer Studio

JULY 6–12 GRADES 7–9

JUNE 22–JULY 12 GRADES 10–12

JUNE 22–28 EDUCATORS

1-week residential program: Explore your creative side in an exciting residential art camp—and discover the many paths your artistic journey can take.

3-week residential program: Spend three weeks taking classes with our faculty, meeting professional artists, exhibiting your work, and exploring Columbus and its art scene. You’ll leave campus ready to drive your college search. Students graduating in 2014 are also welcome.

1-week studio intensive for art, design, technology, and arts integration educators: Recharge your creative side with personal studio time—while earning CEUs and experiencing CCAD’s new curriculum firsthand.

MARCH 15 Scholarship application deadline

MARCH 15 Scholarship application deadline

MAY 30 Registration and fee deadline

APRIL 15 Scholarship award notification

APRIL 15 Scholarship award notification

JUNE 13 Refund requests deadline

MAY 1 Registration and deposit ($250) due

MAY 1 Registration and deposit ($250) due

JUNE 22 Move-in and orientation

JUNE 2 Fee balance due

JUNE 2 Fee balance due

JUNE 28 Reception, exhibition, and move-out

JUNE 30 Refund requests deadline

JUNE 15 Refund requests deadline

JULY 6 Move-in and orientation

JUNE 22 Move-in and orientation

JULY 12 Reception, exhibition, and move-out

JULY 12 Reception, exhibition, and move-out JULY 25 Grades mailed

Discovery Club Grades 7–9 If you’re a middle-school student and want to find out more about studying art and design, Discovery Club is for you. In just one week, you’ll explore majors and career paths so you can make better high school course choices. You’ll also get a taste of what it’s like to be a student at one of the country’s best art and design colleges. You customize your Discovery Club experience by choosing two Major Workshops—one for the morning, and one for the afternoon. Each workshop focuses on skills and techniques that relate to one of CCAD’s nine different majors. The Major Workshops:

ADVERTISING AND GRAPHIC DESIGN

FINE ARTS

DEVELOPING A PERSONAL BRAND IDENTITY

THE FINE ARTS STUDIO WORKSHOP

ANIMATION

ILLUSTRATION

THE ANIMATION BOOT CAMP

THE CHARACTER DESIGNER’S WORLD

CINEMATIC ARTS

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

TELLING YOUR STORY ON THE SCREEN

DISCOVERING THE DESIGN AROUND YOU

FASHION

INTERIOR DESIGN

FASHION DECONSTRUCTION AND WEARABLE ART

WORKING WITH SPACE, LIGHT, SURFACE, AND FORM

PHOTOGRAPHY

WORKING IN A DIGITAL WORLD

For full workshop descriptions, visit www.ccad.edu/cp. Under “Sound Good,” click “Discovery Club.” LEISURE TIME AND EVENING EVENTS Group activities, including fun off-campus trips, round out the Discovery Club program. For details, visit www.ccad.edu/ce/cp. PROGRAM COSTS Discovery Club’s program fee of $975 covers one week of on-campus residence, all meals, all supplies, and all costs related to local transportation, admission, and food for off-campus activities. SCHOLARSHIPS Need-based scholarships ranging from $250 to $525 are available. To apply, go to go to www.ccad.edu/ce/cp. Under “Sound Good?,” click “Discovery Club.” Download and fill out the scholarship form. You’ll need to submit an original drawing and some family financial information. 1

2014 GRADUATES ALSO WELCOME

College PreView Grades 10–12 If you’re a high school student considering a future in the visual arts, College PreView will make your decision clear—and earn you three college credits. You’ll live on campus and take classes at one of the country’s best art and design colleges. But—just like in college—there’s more. You’ll also show your work, meet professional artists, and explore Columbus and its creative scene. In just three weeks, you will: Get real-life experience within your chosen major. Develop your skills and your portfolio. Earn real college credit.

LEISURE TIME AND EVENING EVENTS Guided social activities and off-campus trips round out College PreView. For details, visit www.ccad.edu/ce/cp. PROGRAM COSTS The program fee of $2,950 covers three college credits, as well as on-campus residence, all meals, all supplies, and all costs related to local transportation, admission, and food for off-campus activities. SCHOLARSHIPS Scholarships ranging from $250 to $1,500 are available. To apply, go to ccad.slideroom.com and fill out the application form. You will also be required to submit three examples of your work, a letter of recommendation, and a personal statement. COLLEGE CREDIT If you attend all classes, complete all assignments successfully, and earn a C or better, you will be granted three college credits.

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THE COLLABORATIVE CORE IN THE CCAD MINDMARKET Collaborative Core projects are key to all majors at CCAD—so they’re also a big part of your College PreView coursework. In them, you’ll work as a team on real-world art and design challenges for industry and community partners in the CCAD MindMarket. Based on the major(s) you’re most interested in, you’ll select one of the following areas as the focus of your work in the Collaborative Core:

CREATIVITY WORKSHOPS Creativity Workshops are short, intensive lectures and hands-on sessions that challenge you to expand your innovation skills and creative abilities. They include:

LECTURES College PreView lectures discuss best practices, professionalism, and possible career trajectories in art and design. Topics include:

Lens and Screen Arts (Animation, Cinematic Arts, and Photography) Make, Market, Repeat (Fine Art and Fashion Design) Virtual Modeling and Fabrication (Interior Design and Industrial Design) Persuasion and the Visual Narrative (Illustration and Advertising & Graphic Design)

Concept Calisthenics Design Thinking Technical/Technique Creative Habit-Making Think. Do. Reflect. (Repeat.)

Creativity and professionalism Portfolio development and college admissions Firsthand career experiences of creative professionals Different contexts for art and design

Educators’ Summer Studio If you’re an art, design, technology, or arts integration teacher, your professional effectiveness goes hand-in-hand with your personal creativity. The Educators’ Summer Studio is a program of meaningful professional development and impactful creative experiences designed especially for you. Experience CCAD’s new, forwardthinking curriculum firsthand and engage in collaboration with others—all in the college’s up-to-the-minute professional studios, labs, and classrooms. In just one week, you’ll: Invest in your own creative growth and development. Build relationships with other creative and innovative educators, and with the faculty and staff at CCAD. Get specific activities and lesson ideas to take back to your classroom. Bolster your understanding of how design education can be integrated with business and entrepreneurship.

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PROGRAM COSTS The program fee of $250 covers three CEU credits, one week of on-campus residence, 12 meals, all supplies, and all costs related to local transportation, admission, and off-campus activities. Alternatively, you may choose to live off-campus and attend as a nonresidential participant for a fee of $50, which does not include on-campus residence or meals. LEISURE TIME AND EVENING EVENTS To round out your time in class and in the studio, the Summer Studio includes visits to local sites where creativity is shaping culture and commerce, as well as social outings.

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THE COLLABORATIVE CORE IN THE CCAD MINDMARKET Collaborative Core projects are central to CCAD’s new curriculum—and they are a key focus of the Summer Studio as well. For your project, you’ll work with your colleagues on a real-world art or design challenge in the CCAD MindMarket. Using design thinking and collaborative problem solving, your creative team pursues a common goal, with a real client and a real project.

CREATIVE STUDIO AND DIGITAL PRACTICES WORKSHOPS Creative Studio and Digital Practices Workshops are short, intensive lectures and hands-on sessions that challenge you to expand your innovation skills and creative abilities in the three major categories of engagement—action, interaction, and exposure—whether in the studio or on the computer. Workshops include:

PERSONAL STUDIO TIME Enhance your studio practice with personal studio time supported by CCAD faculty who will help you explore:

Concept Calisthenics Design Thinking Creative Habit-Making Think. Do. Reflect. (Repeat.)

Content development Material exploration Professional practice

Continuing & Professional Studies 60 Cleveland Avenue Columbus, Ohio 43215

Please register online. Discovery Club and College PreView: Go to www.ccad.edu/ce/cp. Under “Sound Good?,” click “Discovery Club” or “College PreView.” On the next page, click “Register Now” to create an account (or log in to an existing account), then register and pay your nonrefundable $250 deposit. Educators’ Summer Studio: Visit www.ccad.edu/admissions/ studio and follow the instructions. P F

614.222.3248 614.358.1024

continuinged@ccad.edu www.ccad.edu/ce/info

Interested in non-residential summer programs? Check out our class finder at www.ccad.edu/ce. Columbus College of Art & Design prepares tomorrow’s creative leaders for professional careers. With a history of commitment to fundamentals and quality, CCAD advances a distinct, challenging, and inclusive learning culture that supports individual development in art, design, and the humanities.

ADA COMPLIANCE STATEMENT If you have a documented disability, as described by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), please contact Disability Services at 614.222.3292. They will assist you in arranging appropriate accommodations. NONDISCRIMINATION POLICY CCAD complies with all local, state, and federal laws concerning civil rights. Educational programs, admissions, housing, and employment practices are free of any discrimination based on race, gender, color, religion, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, veteran status, or age.

FOR MORE DETAILS

On residential program faculty, housing, leisure activities, and more, visit www.ccad.edu/ce/cp.


2014 CCAD Residential Programs Booklet