Issuu on Google+

in Philadelphia

uarts.edu/summerinstitute

Check out our NEW dynamic programs!

Pre-College Summer Institute For High School Students | July 7 – August 3, 2013

70

classes + workshops available

Trajectory.

4:1

student-toteacher ratio

57

student field trips

97%

students who would recommend the summer institute program

99%

of students said the experience helped them prepare for college

1,000

student programs printed for shows + performances

143

faculty members

21

master classes

the university of the Arts

2013 Pre-College Summer Arts Program

Shape the path you’re on. Whether you’re a prodigy or trying to figure out if four years of an arts-focused education is the way to go, your skills will experience a steep upward climb. Whatever your talent, whatever your ambition, as part of the most dynamic and intensive summer arts program for high school students, you’ll learn what it takes to advance your talent from nationally recognized faculty, artists, writers and performers. It’s time to confirm your calling and extend your range.

Art, Media + design Creative Writing

dance Music theater

Contents 2-3

Welcome / About the Program

4 10 12 16 22 26

Art, Media + Design Creative Writing Dance Music Theater Acting / Musical theater / Production One-Week intensives Art, Media + design Music Business, technology + Sound • theater • •

28 30 31 31 32 32 32

the Scene / Center City Philadelphia residence Halls + Community Advisors dining + Meals Health Services / Facilities / Weekends Policies, Fees + discounts Important dates + deadlines registration Information

summer institute 2013 Programs At-A-glance PROGRAM LENGTH

DATES

TUITION

FEES

HOUSING + MEALS

COMMUTER MEAL PLAN

Art, Media + Design

4 Weeks

Jul 7 - Aug 3

$2,800

$200

$1,495

$440

Creative Writing

3 Weeks

Jul 7 - Jul 27

$2,100

$200

$1,200

$330

Dance

2 Weeks

Jul 7 - Jul 20

$1,300

$200

$800

$220

Music

2 Weeks

Jul 7 - Jul 20

$1,500

$200

$800

$220

Theater

4 Weeks

Jul 7 - Aug 3

$2,800

$200

$1,495

$440

One-Week intensives

1 Week each

July 8 - Aug 2

$425

$50

nA

$60 Optional Meal Plan

uarts.edu/summerinstitute .2

Hello! Art is your life. get one step closer to your passion by enrolling today in the university of the Arts Pre-College Summer Institute!

heather Jo wingate director, Pre-College Programs BFA ‘03 (Painting), MA ‘08 (Museum Education)*

krysta knaster Program Assistant, Pre-College Programs BFA ‘09 (Photography)

erin elman dean, Continuing Studies MA ‘97 (Art Education) MFA ‘08 (Book Arts/Printmaking)

the uArts Pre-College Summer Institute is the country’s most dynamic summer program for passionate high school art, creative writing and performance students. the exciting and immersive program enables you to experience what college is like and learn from the same nationally recognized professors who teach in our undergraduate programs. As a student here, you’ll be respected as an independent thinker and treated like an adult in a supportive environment. You will have the opportunity to learn from — and hang out with — other talented students from around the world. And you’ll elevate your skills to a new level, whether you’ve set your sights on one of the nation’s premier art and performance colleges or you’re still trying to figure it all out. We invite you to take a close look at our program, call us and even visit. We think you’ll find that the uArts Pre-College Summer Institute is an experience that no other college in the country can match.

*Look for the University of the Arts alumni identified throughout the brochure. We’re very proud of our alums and try to bring them back to inspire the next generation of artists whenever we can.

.3

Art, Media + Design

Eclipse. By now you’ve realized the line separating art and media melted away long ago. Now your vision is limitless. Spend your summer studying with established artists above the streets of Philadelphia. We’ll add years to your world view and your portfolio.

Four weeks | July 7 - August 3 | 3 College Credits | Residential + COMMUTER

Roya Weidman { sculpture + construction } “The instructors are real working artists who have a body of work they can show you. You can see what life is like for an actual artist.”

“ Everyone here really wants to be here.” .4

Art, Media + design

the goods In the four-week Art, Media + design program you will participate in collegelevel courses designed for students who want to transform from making high school projects to thinking like an artist with a personal vision and comprehensive portfolio of work. Students who successfully complete the program will receive three college credits. the program is designed to give you a fully explorative arts experience. You will select one major, one minor and one evening elective. this course load ensures you will have an immersive college-level experience that will give you a comprehensive education in the visual arts and help you build a strong portfolio. Coursework: • Choice of one Major • Choice of one Minor* • Choice of one evening Elective • Open Studio Hours * Students in the Film or Animation major do not select a minor course.

Additional Curricular Activities: • Guest Lectures • Professional Practices Workshops • College Admissions + Portfolio Lecture • Individual Portfolio Reviews with uArts Admissions Counselors • Field Trips • Final Exhibition

the program concludes with a final exhibition for family and friends.

The Show the final exhibition, screenings and performances are an important part of the Summer Institute experience and give you real-life experience in writing an artist statement and exhibiting your work in front of an audience. You will participate in a soft opening the Friday evening before the final exhibit and have the opportunity to view rehearsals by students in the performing arts programs. on the final Saturday of the program, parents and friends are invited to our university theaters and galleries to celebrate your talents and achievements.

Be exposed to new media, master instructors and new friends from around the world who share your interests and passion for art.

.5

MAJors Art, Media + design

Fine Arts: Painting + Printmaking If you love to spend time in the studio exploring color, composition and a variety of materials, this is the major for you! In the Painting + Printmaking major you will build proficiency in a variety of materials and technical skills. Work from a live model to study the figure and still life with oil paint, charcoal, pencil and/or collage. In addition to painting, you will explore various printmaking methods such as monoprinting, pressure printing, stencils and reliefs. Classes will visit museums and hear from guest artists to investigate numerous approaches to the 2-d composition and rendering. Final student artwork will be exhibited in a gallery space for parents, friends and family at the conclusion of the program.

Fine Arts: sculpture + Construction Have you ever wanted to construct a fantastic three-dimensional object, but you didn’t have the space or materials to bring the idea to fruition? In this exciting major you will have the opportunity to learn forging, carving, molding and casting and a number of building techniques to make exceptional sculptures, prototypes and objects. Spend a significant amount of time in the studio working with your hands and cool tools to incorporate clay, glass, plaster, wood and mixed media into your finished pieces. Visit local museums and galleries to examine the breadth of sculptural approaches in the contemporary art world as well as how objects are designed and made for products. Finished work will be installed at the end of the program as part of the final exhibition.

.6

Art for the Body: Jewelry, small Metals + Fibers If you like to work with your hands creating objects both useful and beautiful, this is the major for you! Your time will be divided between metalsmithing, fibers and wearable art courses, with opportunities to explore other media such as glass and wood. You will learn techniques both ancient and entirely modern, preparing you to be both a craftsperson and designer. the city of Philadelphia offers a wide selection of galleries and exhibitions that enhance students’ classroom experience, including the unique Fabric Workshop and Museum and the Snyderman-Works galleries, one of America’s premier craft galleries. You will spend significant time in the studio creating art that you will display and may model at the final exhibition.

illustration: Visual storytelling US News & World Report rates the

Illustration program at the university of the Arts as one of the top three in the country. Illustrators create images for children’s books, advertising campaigns, music promotion, apparel, packaging, graphic novels, video games, movies, animations and comic books. In this major you will bring stories to life by making images, either created digitally or by hand, that can be masterful works of art or practical business applications. learn a full spectrum of drawing and painting techniques as well as digital, graphic design and two-dimensional processes and software. Work closely with successful award-winning instructors to take on the perceptual and technical problems that professional illustrators encounter in their work. You will also have the opportunity to collaborate with the Creative Writing students, creating illustrations for a book project. Finished illustrations will be professionally printed and displayed at the final exhibition for family and friends.

215.717.6430 | uarts.edu/summerinstitute

Filmmaking: story + Method (no minor) Are you fascinated by film? think you might be the next Quentin tarantino, Stanley Kubrick, Spike Jonze or Martin Scorsese? or would you like to work alongside them? In the film major you will study script writing, direction, cinematography and editing by using state-of-the-art cameras, equipment and software. Study under award-winning filmmakers, learn to storyboard, develop characters, shoot scenes and edit work for a final presentation. gain an understanding of the modern film industry as well as the role film plays in the contemporary art world while making your own short film. At the end of the program you will have a portfolio of small films as well as one longer comprehensive piece. on the final day of the program, premiere your finished work in a movie theater setting for friends and family to enjoy. If you choose Filmmaking as your major, you will not choose a minor course.

Animation: ideas in Motion (no minor) turn your interest in drawing and technology into amazing animations that can be used in the film and video gaming industries! In the Animation major you will learn traditional handdrawn animation, stop-motion with clay and found objects and modern computer animation to create your own short animations and reel. Professional animators serve as instructors, leading you through storyboarding, drawing, filming, editing and image manipulation using software such as Adobe After effects. You will turn your narrative vision into a portfolio of short animations as well as one extended piece that will be screened in a theater for friends and family on the last day of the program. If you choose Animation as your major, you will not choose a minor course.

game design + interactivity Are you a gamer? do you love thinking of new ideas for game play? In this exciting major, you will explore the principles that inform how games work, how to make them, why they are important and how they help us understand our world and social interactions. learn to construct logical narratives and rules that make possible the creation of an active space in which gaming can take place. using skills based upon interface and experiential design, program, write and design interactive games. You will complete at least one finished game for your portfolio, which you will premiere in front of friends and family at the final exhibition and screenings.

Communicating ideas through design do you want to redefine our world through design that affects interior architecture, shines through electronic screens and transforms books, magazines, advertising, posters, video and film? For more than 40 years, graphic design at the university of the Arts has been recognized as one of the nation’s top design programs — on the leading edge, exploring both new technologies and re-inventing how handmade images and messages uniquely speak to the electronically engaged world. In this major you will explore typography, composition, letter forms and design movements such as Bauhaus while gaining a strong foundation in Adobe creative software. You will create visual statements that entertain, advertise and evoke a strong emotional response in a viewer. We encourage you to find innovative solutions to a variety of communication challenges. Final work will be professionally printed and exhibited for friends and family.

.7

Minors Art, Media + design If you choose the Painting + Printmaking, Sculpture, graphic design, Art for the Body, Illustration or game design major, you will also choose a minor. the minor you choose will give you a chance to explore a different discipline and diversify your portfolio and pre-college experience. If you choose Animation or Filmmaking as a major, the schedule does not allow you to choose a minor.

• Drawing • Digital Photography • Graphic Design + Typography • Painting • Screen Printing • Black + White Darkroom Photography

electives electives are required for all students and are offered in the evenings. You may choose from one of the following electives: • Ceramics • Comic Book Illustration • Drawing • Experimental Photography • Wearable Art • Artist Journals + Sketchbooks

nude Models: Many of the courses in our program utilize nude models to help you build a strong foundation in observational skills. Please be advised that this program is a college-level experience, and working from a nude model is important for students to mature as artists.

All work created in the summer institute is portfolio suitable, and you will also have the opportunity to meet with a college admissions counselor to discuss your portfolio.

140+

art museums and galleries in Philadelphia

Art, Media + design

Art, Media + design Program ApplicAtion RequiRementS

1. Application form 2. $50 nonrefundable application fee 3. one-page typed personal essay expressing why you want to attend the program 4. Portfolio of 5-10 images of your artwork (on a Cd that is clearly labeled with your name). Work must be numbered and accompanied by a list that outlines the title, medium and dimensions. For specific information and guidance about portfolio requirements, please visit our website at uarts.edu/ summerinstitute tuition + RAteS

Application Fee registration Fee

$50 $150

(due upon acceptance to reserve a space in the program)

tuition $2,800 Housing + Meals $1,495 Commuter Meal Plan* (required) $440 total Residential cost total commuter cost

$4,495 $3,440

open studios Students in the Art, Media + design program are required to attend open studio sessions in the evening. these sessions provide extra time for students to work on projects, as well as serve as an open forum for new initiatives and ideas with peers in the program.

*See page 31 for more information about what is included in the required Commuter Meal Plan.

Art, Media + design student schedule Students in the Art, Media + design program are required to be in class and on campus Monday through Friday from 9 am – 9 pm and on Saturday from 9 am – 4 pm. For a full sample schedule, visit uarts.edu/summerinstitute.

215.717.6430 | uarts.edu/summerinstitute

1,640

pushpins purchased for the student exhibits

.9

explore. Creative Writing

Haiku, short story, memoir, magnum opus—it all starts with the written word. Whatever your plot, genre or rhyme, develop and refine the elements of your style in summer workshops led by actively published writers. As the world starves for written content, learn how to get your word out on the street.

three weeks |

July 7 - 27 | 3 College Credits | residentiAl + CoMMuter

the goods the new Summer Institute Creative Writing program is an intensive, dynamic threeweek program for motivated high school students who love to write and read. taught in an informal workshop-style setting, each week of the program is devoted to a different genre—Fiction, Poetry or Creative nonfiction—taught by actively publishing writers in the field. through diverse readings and writing exercises, you will be introduced to a variety of craft elements, generate a portfolio of original material and learn to discuss one another’s writing usefully, identifying areas of strength and strategies for revision. In addition to the major workshops, each themed week includes activities and electives related to that genre—such as a trip to a local play to practice reviewing, an elective course in the graphic novel, a guest lecture from a visiting poet—as well as individual conferences with workshop instructors. on Friday evenings, you have the opportunity to attend informal coffeehouse-style readings and share samples of your writing from the previous week. curriculum includes:

• • • •

Fiction Poetry Creative Nonfiction Workshops + Electives

Additional curricular Activities:

• Visits from guest Writers • Field trips to generate Writing Prompts

• readings at the Philadelphia Free library

.10

Courses Fiction this course introduces you to the elements of the short story—including character, setting, dialogue, point of view—and the dynamics of the writing workshop, where writers share and helpfully critique one another’s work. poetry using diverse poems and poets as models, you will learn the fundamentals of poetry—line and meter, pacing and rhythm, image and metaphor—and practice writing, revising and reading out loud. creative nonfiction You will experiment with a range of forms and styles—from travel writing and nature writing to personal narrative—as you learn different techniques for writing effectively and imaginatively about the self and the world around you.

Creative Writing electives may include: • The Graphic Novel • Arts Criticism + Reviewing • Flash Fiction • Slam Poetry • Memoir + Autobiography • Blogging + Writing for the Web

The Reading + The Book At the end of three weeks, you will share your work in two ways: a public reading for parents and friends and publication in the professionally designed student magazine. At the reading held on Saturday, July 27, you will read from work produced during the program. In addition, you will contribute a poem, story or piece of creative nonfiction to the magazine— a collaboration with the Art, Media + design program’s Illustration students, also viewable as a PdF flipbook—and receive two copies.

the People elise JuskA Director of the BFA in Creative Writing

elise is the author of three novels, including One for Sorrow, Two for Joy and Getting Over Jack Wagner, which was a “Critic’s Choice” in People magazine and optioned for film. Her short fiction has been widely published in magazines including The Harvard Review, The Gettysburg Review, and Ploughshares and cited by The Best American Short Stories 2010. Her new novel is forthcoming from grand Central/Hachette in 2014.

Saturnalia Books Poetry Prize 2008. His new book, Each Chartered Street, is forthcoming in 2013.

Creative writing ApplicAtion RequiRementS

1. Application form 2. $50 nonrefundable application fee 3. one-page typed personal essay expressing your passion, goals and why you want to attend the program. 4. Writing portfolio: 10-15 pages of writing in any of the three genres— fiction, poetry, creative nonfiction— or a combination of two. tuition + RAteS

Application Fee registration Fee

(due upon acceptance to reserve a space in the program)

$50 $150

tuition $2,100 Housing + Meals $1,200 Commuter Meal Plan* (required) $330 total Residential cost total commuter cost

$3,500 $2,630

*See page 31 for more information about what is included in the required Commuter Meal Plan.

cReAtiVe WRitinG StuDent ScHeDule

All students are required to attend classes from 9 am – 7:30 pm Monday through Friday, with scheduled breaks for lunch and dinner. You are also expected to attend field trips and guest lectures on Saturdays. Commuters, please note that classes are required until 7:30 pm and on Saturdays. For a full sample schedule, visit uarts. edu/summerinstitute.

JuAn seBAstiAn Agudelo Poetry Workshop Instructor

Sebastian’s collection of poems, To The Bone, was selected by Mark doty as winner of the

.11

Accelerate. Dance

Just how far do you want to take your talent? Put your future in motion by training alongside dancers and professionals from across the globe.

TWO weeks | July 7 - 20 | Residential + COMMUTER

Emily DiMaggio { dance }

“This program really helped me expand on my knowledge of dance. It changed my perspective on what art is and how many art forms can be brought into a simple dance piece.”

“ I loved being able to dance every day like I would in college.” .12

dance

the goods the Pre-College dance program enables each dancer to experience multiple styles and approaches over two weeks. With intensive coursework in modern, ballet and jazz technique, composition, improvisation and repertory, you will also have the opportunity to choose elective workshops almost every day. Coursework Includes: • Technique: Modern Jazz Ballet • Composition + Improvisation • Repertory Projects • Special Workshop Electives • Free Space Additional Curricular Activities: • Guest Lectures • Field Trips to Museums and Professional Performances • Final Show

For over 80 years, students have gathered at uArts from all over the country to immerse themselves in what a college dance program can offer.

The Show

students have the opportunity to create their own choreography for the final performance.

the two weeks culminate in a performance for friends and family to celebrate your talents and achievements. the performance will include demonstrations of in-class work, repertory projects and the opportunity for you to present your own choreography. the show takes place in a theater on campus and is an exciting way for you and your family to see what a college dance concert can be like.

207

pairs of ballet slippers, jazz shoes and sneakers in 2012 program

.13

dance Courses the courses listed below are part of an intense and rigorous curriculum. Five classes a day provide students with a clear focus on expanding their skills within a range of dance genres. Modern technique

repertory

A core portion of the dance program, and of most college programs, is modern technique. Instructors will work on musicality, spatial awareness, anatomical structure, alignment, creative choices and performance presence.

You will have the opportunity to participate in up to two repertory projects, which will be presented in the final performance. existing pieces will be workshopped along with new pieces created collaboratively with peers. You will self-select repertory projects during registration.

Ballet technique Study the fundamentals of classical ballet with emphasis on balance, poise, strength, elevation and musicality. this course will build in complexity while focusing on versatility.

Jazz technique With roots in social dance and influence from African American tradition, jazz is used in the entertainment industry. Students will work on developing strength, flexibility, endurance and coordination.

Composition + improvisation this course engages students with new points of entry into the creative process and features strategies ranging from the use of text and imagery to using partnering and contact. Students will be asked to create both individual and group assignments to challenge their notions of what dance is and how it is created.

special workshops You have the option to choose elective workshops almost every day of the program. this student-driven schedule sets uArts apart from other summer intensives. Possible options may include: digital media + dance, hiphop, pointe, tap, contemporary African technique, flamenco, costuming, Pilates and yoga.

Free space during this time, you have access to the studios to explore ideas from composition, class exercises and other coursework. Students interested in presenting choreography have the opportunity to share their work at the end of the program.

you will have intensive days of class, rehearsal and workshops in the university’s nine spacious studios, accompanied by professional musicians.

dance

the People

dance Program

Courses are taught by an eclectic group of choreographers, performers and educators from across the globe, many on the uArts faculty. each instructor enjoys the opportunity to share their expertise and collaborate with the next generation of dancers. donnA FAye BurChField UArts Director of the School of Dance

donna Faye, who recently served as dean of the American dance Festival (AdF), has worked with dancers and dance programs all over the world and has developed curriculum at the forefront of modern dance. Jen MCginn + Ashley Anderson Dance Coordinators

ApplicAtion RequiRementS

1. Application form 2. $50 nonrefundable application fee 3. letter of recommendation from a teacher (dance instructor or school teacher) 4. one-page typed personal essay expressing your passion, goals and why you want to attend the program tuition + RAteS

Application Fee registration Fee

$50 $150

(due upon acceptance to reserve a space in the program)

tuition $1,300 Housing + Meals $800 Commuter Meal Plan* (required) $220 total Residential cost total commuter cost

$2,300 $1,720

Jen and Ashley both received BAs from Hollins university and went on to get MFAs in dance from the Hollins/ American dance Festival program. they have both been guest artists at several universities and dance programs. Jen regularly presents her choreography on the east Coast while Ashley presents hers in the Southwest. to read more about them, visit jenmcginndance.org and ashleyandersondances.com.

*See page 31 for more information about what is included in the required Commuter Meal Plan.

past Faculty Has included: Michael Courtney BFA ’01 (Modern dance), lanette Costas-Stampley, Crystal Frazier ’98 (dance), erika Hand, rochelle Haynes BFA ’96 (Modern dance), theresa Howard, Ayo Janeen Jackson, Jung-eun Kim, nic leichter, James Mcginn, Anna rubio, dawn Springer, Wayne St. david, nathaniel Stampley, deborah Vinton and Jesse Zaritt.

For a full sample schedule, visit uarts.edu/summerinstitute.

DAnceR ScHeDule

You will have a unique schedule based on your area of interest and choice of special workshops. All students are required to attend classes from 9 am 7:30 pm Monday through Friday, with scheduled breaks for lunch and dinner. All students are also expected to attend field trips and guest performances on Saturdays. Commuters please take note of mandatory class times as you consider your transit schedule.

Please visit our website for more information about our faculty:

summerinstitute

uarts.edu/

.15

Skyrocket. Music

You’ve shown promise. Better yet, you want more. Come here, soak up Philadelphia’s rhythm and flow. Jam with working musicians who’ve been where you are now. We’ll show how to make the most of your college years.

TWO weeks | July 7 - 20 | Residential + COMMUTER

Griffin Brown { drums }

“I love the jam sessions. All ensembles are skilled musically and work well together, and I attribute that to the jam sessions.”

“ It’s very nice to be surrounded by musicians of such a high caliber. That’s the main thing that has stood out for me from day one. ” .16

Music

the goods each summer, uArts hosts serious musicians and vocalists in our intensive Music program, which is designed to offer you an opportunity to perform with your peers in a professional university environment. the program focuses on Jazz, with an overview of other styles and genres of music. For the twoweek intensive program you should be proficient in your instrument. You will have a unique opportunity to study with many of the university’s outstanding core faculty. Participation in the summer Music program is designed to improve your knowledge of technique, musical styles, improvisation, theory, ear training, reading and performance in a variety of contemporary music ensemble settings. the program is open to all young musicians, regardless of style. Students are accepted into the program in one of the following performance areas: bass (upright or electric), drum set, guitar, vibes, latin and Brazilian hand drum, piano, saxophone, trombone, trumpet and voice. While we recognize you may play more than one instrument, we require that you choose one instrument to play and study while enrolled in the program. All students in the Music program will participate in: • Private Lessons • Jazz Improvisation • Master Class • Small Group Lessons • Large Ensembles • Workshops Additional Curricular Activities: • Guest Lectures • Instructor Performances + Exhibitions • Jam Sessions • Small Ensemble Performances • Field Trips • Final Concert Performance

Audition + Program Placement After a brief orientation on the first day of classes, you will have an audition by the Music faculty for assessment purposes. that audition will determine your placement in small ensembles, big bands and large ensembles. Schedules and music will be provided upon placement in your various ensembles.

on the final day of the program, you perform for family and friends in the new Caplan recital hall.

The Show student Jam sessions + small group Performances You will have the opportunity to play in informal jam sessions with instructors and uArts undergraduate students for an audience compromised of Pre-College Summer Institute students on campus. Additionally, you will have the chance to play in the School of Music’s new Caplan recital Hall. Friends and family are welcome to attend all performances. notification of performances will be sent to parents at the start of the program.

Final Performance the final performance is a major part of the Summer Institute experience and gives you real-life experience performing in front of an audience. on the final Saturday of the program, parents and friends are invited to our School of Music’s Caplan recital Hall. A recording of the final performance will be available for you in September.

.17

Music Courses Master Classes All students meet with a special guest artist, including a performance and lecture by the guest. You will also have the opportunity to perform for the artist and be critiqued by him or her.

Private lessons

Matthew Desiderio { saxophone }

“The staff is incredible here, working artists all out in the jazz scene, and getting to work with them in a semi-private environment is pretty incredible. It’s an amazing opportunity.�

You will receive one-on-one sessions with university faculty. teachers work with you on style, technique, improvisation, reading and your own areas of interest.

improvisation Class these small classes are specific to drummers, vocalists and other instruments, and each class will work on jazz vocabulary, rhythm and ear training, as well as some elements of jazz theory. this class is designed to aid you in an overall understanding of jazz performance.

small ensembles these ensembles of various musical styles will be comprised of approximately four to six students. With the help of an experienced coach, you will work on interpreting and harmonizing melodies, improvising and group interplay. this will culminate in a performance at the end of the first week. then, each ensemble will receive a new coach for the second week and perform again.

Following a curriculum similar to a college music major, you will take weekend outings to area attractions, including galleries, theaters, historical sites and local music venues and have the option to live in residence halls on campus.

large ensembles All students will also have some form of a large ensemble, which may include big band, advanced small group, jazz singers, a latin percussion ensemble or a guitar ensemble. All of these groups will perform in a final concert on the last day of the program.

departmental workshops Much like a group lesson, departmental workshops are instrumental/vocalspecific meetings with a working professional. You will be broken into groups by instrument to discuss topics from the heritage of the instrument to ensemble playing and career development.

the PeoPle

Be sure to apply early. enrollment is limited by instrument.

All courses in the Music program are taught by renowned professional musicians who are also members of the faculty in the undergraduate and graduate programs in the School of Music at the university of the Arts. the music program Faculty for 2013* Mark Allen, BM ’10 (Music Performance), Saxophone Paul Arbogast, MM ’05 (Jazz Studies), trombone

Ron kerber, BM ’80 (Saxophone), Saxophone Ryan kuhns, BM ’10 (Music Performance), Bass

Jeanette Berry, BM ’06 (Voice), Voice

Josh Lawrence, BM ’04 (Music Performance), trumpet

Steve Beskron, Bass

Tony Miceli, BM ’82 (Percussion), Vibes

Justin Binek, Voice

Marcus Myers, drums

Robert Brosh, drums

Bill Pusey, BM ’74 (trumpet), trumpet

Mike Cemprola, BM ’06 (Music

Liz Ross, MM ’07 (Jazz Studies), Voice

Performance), MM ’07 (Jazz Studies), Saxophone

past Guest Artists Have included:

Matt Davis, guitar Marc Dicciani, drums Chris Farr, Saxophone Matt Gallagher, trumpet + Big Band Don Glanden, Piano erik Johnson, drums Micah Jones, MM ’99 (Jazz Studies), Bass kevin Hanson, guitar Randy kapralick, trombone + Big Band Mike kennedy, BMJ ’91 (guitar), MM ’98 (Music Performance), guitar

215.717.6430 | uarts.edu/summerinstitute

Wayne Bergeron Brian Blade randy Brecker Jimmy Bruno duane eubanks robin eubanks, BM ‘78 (trombone) Joe Magnarelli Pat Martino John Swana *List of faculty is subject to change each summer

.19

the PeoPle continued MArC diCCiAni BMJ '75 (Percussion) UArts Director of the School of Music

Marc dicciani is a Professor of drumset and Music Business. He tours and plays drums internationally, conducts clinics for Yamaha drums and others and writes for Modern Drummer magazine. Visit him at dicciani.com. MiCAh Jones MM '99 (Jazz Studies) Music Coordinator

As an assistant professor in Music at uArts, Micah Jones is also the Chair of the Bass department. He has a BM from temple university and an MM from the university of the Arts. He performs regularly in Philadelphia and surrounding areas. rAndy kAPrAliCk Music Coordinator

At uArts, randy Kapralick is Chair of the trombone department, teaches improvisation and directs various ensembles. He has a BA from the university of Miami and serves as director for the uArts Philadelphia regional High School AllStar Jazz Band. learn more about him at: myspace.com/randykapralick. muSic StuDent ScHeDule

You will receive an individualized schedule determined by your instrument and level of proficiency. All students are required to attend mandatory classes from 9 am – 7:30 pm Monday through Friday, with scheduled breaks for lunch and dinner. You are also expected to attend field trips and guest performances on Saturdays. Commuters, please note

.20

that classes/performances are required until 7:30 pm and on Saturdays. For a full sample schedule, visit uarts.edu/summerinstitute.

Music Program ApplicAtion RequiRementS

1. Application form 2. $50 nonrefundable application fee 3. one-page typed personal essay expressing why you want to attend the program 4. A short video or audio recording of yourself performing two pieces (no more than 5 minutes each) in one of the following genres: blues, jazz, latin, pop, r&B or rock. Please include an introduction stating your name and the titles of the pieces you are performing. tuition + RAteS

Application Fee registration Fee

$50 $150

(due upon acceptance to reserve a space in the program)

tuition $1,500 Housing + Meals $800 Commuter Meal Plan* (required) $220 total Residential cost total commuter cost

$2,500 $1,920

*See page 31 for more information about what is included in the required Commuter Meal Plan.

Music

Music Business, technology + Sound Intensive one week | July 15 -19 | CoMMuter only

In the music, entertainment and media industries, the job of recording, producing, mixing, marketing, distributing, selling and promoting music is heavily dependent on technology. this one-Week Intensive will provide you with hands-on training and real-world experience in the areas of music business, entrepreneurship, music technology, recording and live sound reinforcement.

Admissions and registration rising freshman, sophomores, juniors and seniors in high school are welcome to apply to the one-week Music Business, technology + Sound program. Please note that housing is not available for this program. ApplicAtion mAteRiAlS

1. Application form (one-Week Intensives section) 2. Full payment of $475 (includes nonrefundable $50 registration fee) 3. one-page typed personal essay expressing your passion, experience and why you want to attend the program. tuition + RAteS

registration Fee tuition total cost

$50 $425 $475

lunch-only Meal Plan (optional) $60 Please see pages t for policy information as well as additional One-Week Intensives.

215.717.6430 | uarts.edu/summerinstitute

.21

Propel. Theater Acting / Musical Theater / Production

Four weeks |

Since a tender age, you’ve been lighting up the local circuit. You’re just getting warmed up, but where do you go from here? Our working professionals can show you how to step onto a larger stage. Be pleasantly surprised to discover how much your talent has left to grow.

July 7 - August 3 | 3 College Credits | Residential + COMMUTER

Jose Tirado { acting }

“The programs have made me an activist because I’m not just an actor stepping onto the stage. I have a voice that tells both my story and everyone else’s story. I’m the bridge between telling other people’s stories so they can learn and understand.”

“ People sometimes undermine art. They think it’s just an activity. Art is a profession and a lifestyle.”

.22

theater

the goods the theater program is a four-week theatrical intensive modeled on the Professional Summer Stock tradition that combines training in Acting, Musical theater and Production. our program is designed for passionate students who plan to turn their dreams into a bright future in theater. It is intended to serve as a practical tool for students transitioning from high school to college with an in-depth look at the professional world of the performing arts. the ultimate goals are to prepare you for admission into the best academic climate for your interest and to begin your path to a successful career as a working professional. curriculum includes: • Acting: Dramatic + Comedic, Improvisation, Interpretation, Movement, Stage Combat • Musical Theater: Lead + Chorus, Book, dance, Voice • Production: Direction + Stage Management, Scenic + lighting design, Costume design + Construction You will have hands-on opportunities in all areas of interest, with the oversight and guidance of professionals— mentoring and teaching throughout your experience. With Special master classes in: • Dramaturgy • Resume + Portfolio Building • Producing • College Audition/Applications + Industry networking

Acting develop your whole body, heart and mind as you learn new skills in acting. Actors will work cooperatively and in collaboration with fellow actors as you develop skills in script analysis, spontaneity and voice and body work. Also learn to connect emotionally to

the inner life of the character. You will also have an opportunity to work with a professional stage director and dramaturg in the development of performance pieces. Musical theater Actors, dancers and singers will learn to analyze songs and how they are incorporated within scene work. Vocal performance and ability to work with professional musical directors will be emphasized. dance styles and terminology for the musical will be incorporated, as well as understanding how to work with professional musical theater choreographers. You will gain a firsthand understanding of the relationship with a director for musical theater and how that differs from a non-musical theater piece. the collaborative nature of script, music and choreography to tell the musical theater story is emphasized throughout this intensive. note: A vocal audition is required during the first two days of the program.

Production Management theater Student directors, music directors, choreographers, stage managers and designers learn the ins and outs of running a production, from preparing their prompt books, developing relationships with actors and crews, to learning about the professional unions: Actors’ equity Association (AeA), Stage directors and Choreographers Society (SdC), united Scenic Artists (uSA) and American Federation of Musicians (AFM). Student scenic, lighting, costume and sound designers learn to analyze a script and create designs while collaborating with directors and choreographers. emphasis is placed on researching period and style for the productions, actual construction and assembly of all the design elements of a production by a team.

.23

The Show the program will culminate in a mainstage production as well as several short new works and one acts designed to showcase the talent and skills you have developed and honed during the program. the final production is a major part of the Summer Institute experience and gives you real-life experience participating in a production in a professional venue in front of an audience. on the final Saturday of the program, parents and friends are invited to our university theaters and galleries to celebrate your talents and achievements. Please note that production rehearsals are in the evening and commuter students are required to attend evening rehearsals.

the timeline... the First two Days Students interested in acting and musical theater will audition for the final productions using provided sides, prepared music and monologues. designers will have short meetings to present their ideas for designing the production. In addition, students interested in working in technical theater will have meetings with the directors and choreographers to discuss their current abilities and work towards specific production goals of their choosing. dancers will be given new combinations and auditions.

comprehensive mornings Mornings will focus on the multidiscipline aspects of the theater. You will learn each of the different aspects including audition technique, theater history, stage movement, improvisation, mime, stage combat, speech + diction and stage craft. emphasis will be placed on groups working together to make the participants into a company of fellow artists. Afternoon Specification You will work throughout the day primarily in the classes and studios that are focused in your area of interest. there will also be a limited elective structure, enabling you to explore other areas of theater as well. evening Rehearsal + crew call You will collectively spend your evenings during the first three weeks rehearsing your productions and working on the construction and execution of the sets and costumes. Please note that production rehearsals are in the evening and commuter students are required to attend evening rehearsals. culmination the last week of the program will be devoted to the productions, readying them for presentation the final weekend.

Meet faculty and students from across the country who share similar interests and a passion for theater.

.26

theater

the People the theater program is administered by working professionals from the new York Broadway stage, the faculty of the university of the Arts, the alumni of uArts, the vibrant and active Philadelphia arts community, as well as other specialty artists. sAlly MAyes Artistic Director

Sally Mayes will visit us this summer from nYC where she works as an actress and singer. Sally is best known for her Broadway performances in Welcome to the Club, Dirty Blonde, Steel Magnolias and She Loves Me, for which she received tony, drama desk and outer Critics Circle nominations. She has received numerous critical acclaim for her performances on and off-Broadway. Sally attended the university of Houston. You can learn more about her at sallymayes.net.

Application Fee registration Fee

$50 $150

(due upon acceptance to reserve a space in the program)

tuition $2,800 Housing + Meals $1,495 Commuter Meal Plan* (required) $440 total Residential cost total commuter cost

$4,495 $3,440

*See page 31 for more information about what is included in the required Commuter Meal Plan.

tHeAteR StuDent ScHeDule

You will have a unique schedule based on your area of interest. All students are required to attend classes and rehearsals from 9 am - 9 pm Monday through Friday, with scheduled breaks for lunch and dinner. All students are also expected to attend field trips, rehearsals and guest performances on Saturdays. Commuters please take note of mandatory class times and evening rehearsals as you consider your transit schedule. For a full sample schedule, visit uarts.edu/summerinstitute.

theater Program ApplicAtion RequiRementS

1. Application form 2. $50 nonrefundable application fee 3. one-page typed personal essay expressing your passion and why you want to attend the program 4. letter of recommendation from a teacher who can speak about your passion and commitment to theater *If you plan to focus on Acting or Musical theater, you will participate in an audition/placement once you arrive on campus. You should come prepared with a monologue (acting) or vocal piece and piano score in the correct key (musical theater). We will provide an accompanist. tuition + RAteS

.25

Intensives. One-Week intensives

The University of the Arts Pre-College Summer Institute offers One-Week Intensives for rising 9th through 12th grade students in the Philadelphia area. Studio-intensive courses give you experience in a multitude of media to help develop your personal vision and build your skills in a given subject.

one-week ProgrAMs | CoMMuter only

One-Week Intensives are offered July 8 - August 2. Choose one, two, three or four weeks of study. You will participate in a full day of classes, from 9 am to 4 pm with a break for lunch. At the end of the session, you will have the experience to know if studying or working in your chosen subject is right for you.

Week One inTenSiveS

Week TWO inTenSiveS

July 8 – 12

July 15 – 19

digital Photography

Film

this class consists of outside walking trips to shoot photographs as well as lessons in the computer lab. You will learn about composition, exposure and lighting to create inventive photographs.

this course is an introduction and overview of the fundamentals of making a film, including camera skills, screen writing and film criticism. Class activities include lighting and camera demos, writing exercises and group projects.

drawing In this intensive you will learn the fundamentals of drawing and draftsmanship. Working in pencil, ink, charcoal and conte, you will create drawings of the human figure, still life and other subjects.

glass learn basic glass fusing and slumping (bending) techniques to make small sculptural and functional glass objects. those new to glass will explore the technical aspects of kiln work as well as cold-working processes for grinding and polishing glass. With demonstrations and hands-on projects, explore the unique qualities of this medium. this is a cold and warm glass course; no previous experience in glass required.

.26

graphic design this course introduces you to the fundamentals of visual design and graphic concepts, typography and typeface. Coursework will be completed in the university’s design labs, giving you the opportunity to use the Macintosh platform and Adobe design software.

Music Business, technology + sound In the music, entertainment and media industries, the job of recording, producing, mixing, marketing, distributing, selling and promoting music is heavily dependent on technology. this intensive will provide you with hands-on training and realworld experience in the areas of music

one-Week Intensives business, entrepreneurship, music technology, recording and live sound reinforcement. (Please see page 21 for more details.)

Painting this intensive begins with the foundations and basics of color mixing, composition and paint application for those new to painting as well as those with some experience. You will paint a variety of subjects, including the human form, still life and figures while discussing themes in a historical and contemporary context.

Week THRee inTenSiveS

graphic design See description under “Week two” on the adjacent page.

Mask + Comedia (theater) Mask + Comedia dell’Arte (also known as neutral mask in the theater world) is a high-energy, physically charged, improvisational, masked performance form that encourages students to engage physically in the act of selfdiscovery and communication. the purpose of the course is to train you in performance style, allowing creativity, inspiration and improvisation to create meaningful original comedies within a proven dramatic structure.

July 22 – 26 Comic Book illustration In this class, you will complete a series of projects toward the development of an original comic book spread. learn the stages of developing the comic book from storyboard to finished art, including developing original characters within the context of a storyline.

digital Photography See description under “Week one” on the adjacent page.

intensives Admissions + registration rising freshman, sophomores, juniors and seniors in high school are welcome to apply to the one-Week Intensives. Please note that housing is not available for this program. RequiReD mAteRiAlS

1. registration form 2. Payment in full

drawing See description under “Week one” on the adjacent page.

Week FOUR inTenSiveS

Please note that students who participate in more than one week of Intensives are eligible for a returning student discount of 10% off tuition after the first course.

July 29 – August 2 Figure drawing this course is entirely focused on learning to draw the human figure with an emphasis on gaining knowledge about anatomy and proportions. In each class, you will draw from a nude model as well as a skeleton to learn anatomy.

tuition + RAteS peR WeeK

registration Fee tuition total cost lunch-only Meal Plan (optional)

$50 $425 $475 $60 per week

note: Space permitting, registrations for one-Week Intensives will be accepted on an ongoing basis.

215.717.6430 | uarts.edu/summerinstitute

.27

THE SCENE Located in vibrant Center City Philadelphia, uArts is footsteps away from worldfamous museums, entertainment venues, summer concerts and activities and opportunities to learn, grow and 676 get inspired. Philadelphia is easy to navigate by foot and is home to over 140 museums as well as thriving theater and gallery districts. Here, you will have an opportunity to experience city living in an urban campus environment. You will have direct access to the galleries, restaurants and shopping that will complement your pre-college coursework.

Center City Philadelphia

The Piazza at Schmidt’s Spring Garden St.

e

dg Ri

The Philadelphia Museum of Art

.

e Av

Callowhill St.

n

Fr

an

kl

in

JFK Blvd.

City Hall MIDTOWN VILLAGE A Terra Hall

Independence Mall

Chestnut St. Sansom St. PENN’S LANDING

Walnut St. Locust St.

Italian Market

2nd St.

Fitzwater St. Citizens Bank Park, Lincoln Financial Field + the Wells Fargo Center

3rd St.

SOUTH STREET Bainbridge St.

Front St.

Lombard St.

5th St.

11th St.

12th St.

13th St.

Juniper Residence Spruce St. E F Spruce D Residence Anderson Pine St. Hall

Avenue of the Arts

C Hamilton Hall

Washington Square

6th St.

Merriam Theater B

Kimmel Center

Market St.

4th St.

15th St.

16th St.

18th St.

19th St.

Rittenhouse Square

17th St.

Love Park

University City

20th St.

y

Cherry St. Arch St.

Amtrak 30th St. Station

21st St.

wa

676

Reading Terminal Market

Race St.

Pa

rk

22nd St.

CHINATOWN

Vine St.

Be

.28

NORTHERN LIBERTIES

Ben Franklin Bridge

215.717.6430 | uarts.edu/summerinstitute

Activities in the Curriculum May include:

29

states represented in enrollment, including CA, Fl, tX, Ct + MA

• Guest artist lectures • Trips to local museums, galleries, theaters and concert halls • Faculty exhibitions and presentations • Walking tours of the city • Student exhibits and performances • Portfolio reviews, presentations and consultations with uArts Admissions counselors

optional Activities

on Campus See map, left.

A terra hall Visual, Creative Writing + Performing Arts Classes, Pre-College Offices, Dining Hall B Merriam theater Music Classes C hamilton hall Student Lounge d Anderson hall Visual Arts Classes, University Library, Exhibition Space

• Trip to the beach at Wildwood, NJ • NYC trip to visit galleries, museums and performances • Trip to Dorney Park • Open mic nights and events organized by your Community Advisor

other local Attractions • Philadelphia Phillies baseball games • Old City Philadelphia galleries, theaters and the Piazza at Schmidt’s in northern liberties • Reading Terminal Market • South Street stores and music venues • Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts • Penn’s Landing on the riverfront

e Juniper residence Females F spruce residence Males

on sunday, hang out on campus with new friends from other disciplines or join the field trip to the beach and other local attractions.

.29

residence halls + Community Advisors the residence halls at uArts are apartment style with bedrooms, a living room, kitchenettes and private bath. Students should expect to share a bedroom with one or two other students. residence halls at the university have recently been updated and include new furniture and air conditioning. the Summer Institute lounge includes couches and chairs, flat screen tVs, game consoles, movies and magazines, a foosball table and an eating area. In order to provide the best possible atmosphere for success in this program, males and females reside in separate residence halls.

In addition to having 24/7 coverage at the front of the building by a professional public safety officer, all residence halls are supervised by professional PreCollege staff, including Community Advisors (CAs), Area Coordinators and a resident director. Students will become well acquainted with their CA, who will provide guidance about the city, the university or life in general. You can view more photos of uArts residence Halls online at uarts.edu/ summerinstitute.

Female students live in the Juniper residence hall and males reside in the spruce residence hall.

.30

dining + Meals Students attending the Summer Institute program are required to participate in a meal plan offered by the university dining Services. (Meal plans are only optional for students attending the oneWeek Intensives.) the dining Services team is committed to providing highquality food for all types of dietary needs and lifestyles. the meal plan for residents includes breakfast, lunch and dinner Monday through Friday as well as brunch and dinner on the weekends. the commuter student meal plan includes lunch and dinner on weekdays and brunch on Saturdays.

health services the university and Pre-College community are dedicated to keeping all of our students safe and healthy. Health Services are administered by a certified nurse in one of two locations on campus, at no extra cost to the student. Counseling services are also included and available to students who need or want assistance. Students who need emergency care are taken to Jefferson Hospital, located just a few blocks from campus, at the student’s expense. All students are required to submit health forms, insurance information and immunization records before arriving on campus. the director of Health Services will review all medical information before the start of the summer program to ensure that all student needs can be met.

215.717.6430 | uarts.edu/summerinstitute

Facilities our facilities are a mix of historic and contemporary buildings that have been redesigned and updated to meet the needs of artists and performers. All buildings are located along the Avenue of the Arts. each campus classroom, studio, lab, performance space and gallery is airconditioned. uArts’ extensive on-campus library includes a collection of books, magazines, films, slides, music and more. Philadelphia’s Free library is also a wonderful resource and is located just a few blocks from campus.

weekends All students are expected to attend classes and rehearsals scheduled on Saturdays. Sunday activities are optional. All residential students are expected to stay on campus for the duration of each weekend. there is no weekend release. to view our entire weekend-release policy, please visit our website.

.31

THE DETAILS iMPortAnt dAtes + deAdlines due to limited space and the popularity of the program, placement is competitive and early application is strongly recommended. APPliCAtion Priority deAdline:

April 15, 2013 All applications must include payment of the nonrefundable application fee. Applications received after April 15 will be considered on a case-by-case basis as space allows. sCholArshiP APPliCAtion deAdline:

April 15, 2013 notiFiCAtion:

Mid-May 2013 Students will be notified of acceptance and/or scholarship by mid-May. At that time, a registration fee of $150 is due to confirm your acceptance and hold your place in the program. BAlAnCe + PAyMent deAdline:

June 17, 2013 All balances and final payments must be received by June 17, 2013. Health forms and additional forms are also due at this time. Students who have a balance after June 17, 2013, will incur a $60 late fee. All students who submit their application after June 3 should send payment in full at the time of application. students with outstanding balances will be automatically withdrawn from the program on July 2, 2013.

other iMPortAnt dAtes Sunday, July 7 12:00 – 4:00 pm residential Move In 5:00 pm residential Parent orientation 6:00 pm residential Student orientation monday, July 8 8:30 am Commuter Student orientation 9:00 am general orientation 10:00 am Classes Begin

.32

Saturday, July 20 TBA Music and dance Performances By 5:00 pm All two-week residents move out Saturday, July 27 TBA Creative Writing readings By 5:00 pm All three-week residents move out Saturday, August 3 TBA Art, Media + design and theater Final exhibition and performances By 5:00 pm All four-week residents move out

AdMissions the uArts Pre-College Summer Institute attracts students from around the world. the admissions process is competitive and intended to determine if the program is a good fit for the applicant. rising juniors and seniors in high school are welcome to apply as residential students, and rising sophomores, juniors and seniors are welcome to apply as commuter students. Please see pages 9, 11, 15, 20, 21, 25 and 27, or visit our website for specific application requirements. We are happy to advise you about your application materials. If you are concerned that your portfolio, audition or application materials are not fully developed, please contact our office to discuss with a PreCollege staff member. You may fill out a paper application or fill out an application form online at uarts.edu/ summerinstitute/apply. international students Pre-College Summer Institute welcomes international students who are between the ages of 16-19 and demonstrate the grade-level equivalency of a rising junior or senior in high school to apply to our residential programs. We cannot accommodate international students in our Commuter Intensives. A toeFl score is required of any international student whose primary language is not english. Pre-College Programs will not admit students who receive a toeFl score of less than 550. International students who need assistance obtaining a visa should contact Pre-College Programs before sending any materials.

Additional Fees (if applicable) International Student Fee $250 late Payment Fee $60 returned Check Fee $50

other exPenses supplies + equipment You are welcome to bring your own personal art supplies from home, including laptop computers. Campus Wi-Fi login information will be distributed upon your arrival on campus. Computer labs are also available for Summer Institute students. In addition to bringing arts supplies from home, you should also expect to purchase necessary supplies from an art store in the campus area. Summer Institute students may be eligible for student discounts with their uArts student Id. Supply lists will be distributed at the beginning of the program and will be posted on our website one month prior to the start of the program. Activities optional trips to the beach at Wildwood, nJ, dorney Park and nYC are at an additional cost to the student. the estimated cost of additional admission, meals and spending money is $100 per trip. spending + Miscellaneous residential students spend an average of $80-$100 per week on additional items including laundry, snacks, personal spending and non-required supplies.

PoliCies this brochure is not a contractual document. the university of the Arts reserves the right to change any curricular offering, policy, faculty assignment or financial regulation described in this brochure. the university of the Arts gives equal consideration to all applicants for admission and scholarships and conducts all educational programs, activities and employment practices without regard to race, color, sex, religion, national or ethnic origin or disability. refund Policy Students who are dismissed from the program will not be refunded any tuition, meal costs, housing costs or fees. Students who wish to withdraw for any reason must submit their request in writing by fax, email or post. All refunds are less nonrefundable application and registration fees and are calculated as follows: • 100% refund on tuition less the nonrefundable application and registration fees for withdrawal one month prior to the first class. (Written withdrawal must be received on or before June 7, 2013.)

• 80% refund on tuition less the nonrefundable application and registration fees for withdrawal between three and one week(s) prior to the first class. (Written withdrawal must be received between June 8, 2013, and June 30, 2013.) • No refunds will be issued if withdrawal is less than 7 days prior to the first class. (0% refund if withdrawal received on or after July 1, 2013.)

sCholArshiPs A limited number of partial and fulltuition scholarships are available for students who apply to the program. Scholarships are awarded to students who demonstrate significant financial need and outstanding merit. Scholarship applications are available on our website at uarts.edu/summerinstitute.

disCounts Students are eligible to receive only one discount, and discounts cannot be combined with scholarships. discounts are non-transferable and are applied to tuition costs only (not to fees, housing or meals costs). Please be sure to enter the appropriate information where indicated on the application form. We do not issue discounts retroactively. Child of Alum discount If a student is the son or daughter of a uArts, PCPA or PCAd alum, that student is entitled to a 10% discount (on tuition only). the parent must state the year, major and school they graduated from on the application form. returning student discount If a student has participated in a prior Pre-College Summer Institute or PreCollege Saturday School program at the university of the Arts, he/she is entitled to a 10% discount (on tuition only). Please enter the previous term, year, program and course on the application form. note: Discounts must be calculated and reflected in payment at the time of application; no refunds will be issued retroactively to correct overpayment or if information is incorrectly entered on forms. CredItS: Brochure photography: Steve Belkowitz, ryan Brandenberg, lou Caltabiano BFA ‘10 (Photography), Jason Chen BFA ‘08 (Animation) and dave Jackson design: Munroe Creative Partners

.33

320 S. Broad Street Philadelphia, PA 19102

JoIn uS! Become a fan of Pre-College on Facebook: facebook.com/uartsprecollege Follow @uartsprecollege on Twitter and Instagram

trajectory. at the Pre-College

Summer Institute

For High School Students | July 7 – August 3, 2013

Apply now at uarts.edu/summerinstitute or call 215.717.6430 to schedule a customized tour of campus.


Summer Institute 2013 at the University of the Arts