Summer Institute 2014 at the University of the Arts
Visual and performing arts courses designed for high school students offered by the Pre-College Summer Institute at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia.
CREDIT + NON-CREDIT ARTS PROGRAMS for High School Students THE UNIVERSITY OF THE ARTS Brochure photography: Steve Belkowitz, Ryan Brandenburg, Lou Caltabiano BFA ’10 (Photography), Jason Chen BFA ’08 (Animation) and Rosi Dispensa BFA ’04 (Photography), MA ’11 (Art Education) Design: gdloft SUMMER INSTITUTE 2 About the Program 4 Art, Media + Design 8 Creative Writing 10 Dance 12 Music: Instrumental + Voice 14 Application 16 Music Business, Entrepreneurship + Technology 18 Theater 22 One-Week Intensives 24 ESL + Art/Music 26 The Scene: Life on Campus 28 The Details: Application Requirements, Admission, Fees + Deadlines Contents 3 Hello THE UNIVERSITY OF THE ARTS 101 classes + workshops ABOUT available 128 9 Countries Faculty Members 97% would recommend the Summer Institute program to a friend 33 Whatever your medium, whatever your ambition, at the University of the Arts Pre-College Summer Institute you will be part of the nationâ€™s most dynamic and intensive summer arts program for high school students. Learn what it takes to advance your talent from nationally recognized faculty, artists, writers and performers. For more than 130 years, we have defined creativity. The University of the Arts in Philadelphia is one of the only universities in the United States solely dedicated to educating creative individuals in the visual and performing arts and design. At the University of the Arts, originality in all its forms overlaps and converges. Musicians collaborate with media makers. Photographers work with designers, writers with performers. 99% Students Said The Experience Helped Them Prepare For College ABOUT At UArts, youâ€™ll be in the center of it all. Our campus in Center City Philadelphia stretches for six blocks along the Avenue of the Arts, Philadelphiaâ€™s main arts and culture district. Here you will attend performances, gallery shows, lectures, master classes and museum exhibitions as you discover all of the amazing artmaking we have to offer. States 1,100 student programs printed for shows + performances 31 master classes 3 THE UNIVERSITY OF THE ARTS 4 Weeks July 6 - August 2 ART, MEDIA + DESIGN 3 College Credits ART, MEDIA DE IGNITE. Spend your summer expanding your horizons and your portfolio. Study with established artists while experiencing Philadelphia’s metropolitan art and culture. We’ll help you discover the world—and the world discover you! 4 + THE GOODS In this explorative four-week program you have the opportunity to both investigate a new medium as well as dig deeply into an area you’re already passionate about. By selecting up to four courses that allow you to hone your skills and learn new techniques, you will build your visual and verbal vocabulary while creating a portfolio that showcases your abilities. Our exceptional faculty will work with you as you explore the conceptual, creative and technical boundaries of your chosen subjects. You will select one or two majors as well as two elective courses that suit your unique areas of interest. Working in our world-class facilities amongst your talented peers, stretch your imagination and artistic limits as you create artwork that tells your own personal story. THE EXTRAS THE SHOW On Saturdays, explore the City of Philadelphia, taking in the City’s cultural and artistic sites. Past trips have included the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the Barnes Museum, the Rodin Museum, the Fabric Workshop and Museum, and the Institute of Contemporary Art. Your classes will also have guest lecturers, including the University’s Admissions staff who will talk about preparing for college admissions. You will have a oneon-one review with an admissions counselor to help you showcase your talents and build your best portfolio. Rising seniors will have an opportunity to use that meeting as an official portfolio review for your college application for the fall of 2015. The final exhibition, screenings and performances are an integral part of the Summer Institute experience and give you a real-life opportunity to curate a show, hang an exhibition, write an artist statement and share your work publicly with an audience. THE TAKE AWAY In this program your problemsolving skills, technical expertise and creative processes will flourish. You will emerge from the program with new skills, a new vocabulary for your areas of interest and an increased confidence as an artist; but most importantly, you will be on the road to becoming the artist you want to be. In addition to developing a strong portfolio for college admissions, you will also be included in the annual “Look Book” (see bit. ly/LookBook13) with images of your work and artist statement printed alongside those of other remarkable artists and writers. 5 THE UNIVERSITY OF THE ARTS Electives Choose an A and a B. Block A Character Development: Illustration Cinematography Creative Writing Digital Photography Street Art: Fibers Street Photography CORE CURRICULUM ART, MEDIA + DESIGN You will customize your schedule by choosing one or two Majors and two Electives. Majors meet Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, while electives meet on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Typography Woodworking Studio Block B Advanced Drawing Projects Ceramics Studio Designing with Digital Tools Majors Drawing Choose an A and a B, or just a C. Experimental Photo Block A (1/2 Day) Figure Drawing Figure Sculpture Book Arts + Printmaking Music Illustration Darkroom Photography Photo Narratives: Words + Photographs Fashion + Fibers: Wearable Art Sketchbook + Zine Glass Street Art: Screen Printing Graphic Novel Painting Product Design Block B (1/2 day) Editorial Fashion Photography Figure Painting Graphic Design Illustration Interactive Game Design Jewelry + Metal Design Sculpture + Installation Block C (all day)* Animation Digital Filmmaking Waterways: Interdisciplinary Studio * If choosing an all-day major, select only one. 6 SUMMER INSTITUTE ART, MEDIA + DESIGN 7 THE UNIVERSITY OF THE ARTS 4 Weeks July 6 - August 2 3 College Credits CREATIVE WRITING CREATIV WRITING REFINE. Haiku, short story, memoir, magnum opusâ€“it all begins with the written word. 8 VE G THE GOODS The Summer Institute Creative Writing program is an intensive, four-week program where those who love to write and read can come and expand their range. You will work with professional writers and teachers who have designed guided writing assignments and will lead discussion and critique in an informal workshop-style setting. The program will let you hone craft elements from each major genre, help you develop a critical vocabulary as well as identify connections across genres so you can add to your resources as a writer. You will generate a portfolio and publish in both a collaborative zine and a group journal. In addition to core courses, each week includes workshops such as Editing, the Graphic Novel or a Collaborative Space where you work with acting and film students to see your ideas fleshed out. You will also have a chance to take an elective twice a week for writing inspiration and to learn how to integrate visual arts into your writing. Finally, work with and get input from the creative writing BFA students at UArts and attend a weekly reading and master class with nationally recognized writers from each genre. CORE CURRICULUM THE EXTRAS Creative Non-Fiction Visits from guest writers Fiction Collaboration with artists in other fields Play/Screenwriting Poetry ield trips to generate F writing prompts BI-WEEKLY ELECTIVE ublication in a collaborative P zine and journal Choose one of the following: Ceramics Studio Designing with Digital Tools Drawing Experimental Photo Music Illustration Lectures on editing and publishing THE SHOW At the end of the four weeks you will share your work with family and friends during a public reading. Photo Narratives: Words + Photographs Sketchbook + Zine Street Art: Screen Printing THE TAKE AWAY You will emerge from the program as a fluent writer with a comprehensive writing portfolio, new friends and mentors, three college credits and a new-found self confidence in your writing skills. 9 THE UNIVERSITY OF THE ARTS 3 Weeks July 6 - July 26 3 College Credits DANCE DANCE ACCELERATE. Put your future in motion by training alongside dancers and professionals from across the globe. 10 E THE GOODS Bring your training to UArts this summer for an exciting and challenging experienceâ€“to improve your level of technique and explore realms of dance that will take you to the next level. Our rigorous curriculum is designed for those who have a clear focus on expanding their skills within a range of dance genres. CORE CURRICULUM Daily Technique Classes Modern Jazz Ballet Composition + Improvisation THE SHOW The three weeks culminate in a repertory performance on a professional stage where you are challenged to improve skills in technique, improvisation, composition and performance, while sharing your work with your peers, friends and family. Elective Workshops Hip Hop THE TAKEAWAY Pilates You will leave not only with tremendous physical development but also the tools to investigate your path as a young artist. You will vastly increase your knowledge of dance history, critical studies in dance and professional options, as well as improve your improvisational and choreographic skills. Walk away with a community of peers, ideas of what your undergraduate career may look like, connections with nationally renowned dance teachers/choreographers and a jumpstart on college credits. You will also receive documentation of the performance, which may be used for college admissions. African Pointe Digital Media You will also have the opportunity to get involved with repertory projects as well as to collaborate with students in the Summer Institute Music program. THE EXTRAS Artist talks Museum trips and professional performances Free Spaceâ€”time for student choreography/student shows Freedom for students to register for elective classes based on interest * Note: Add an extra week with our workshop in Dance Music Video available as a One-Week Intensive, July 28 - August 1. See page 22. 11 THE UNIVERSITY OF THE ARTS 2 Weeks July 6 - July 19 MUSIC: INSTRUMENTAL + VOICE MUSIC: INSTRUMENTAL VOICE ELEVATE. Soak up Philadelphiaâ€™s rhythm and flow. Compose and perform your own work, learn and explore new musical concepts, and grow from the time you spend learning from our renowned faculty. 12 L+ THE GOODS Designed to provide you an opportunity to perform with your peers in a professional university environment, this program focuses on jazz and covers other musical styles and genres including Latin and funk. During your two weeks on campus you will engage in new processes for learning, creating and performing great music from University faculty who love playing and teaching. You will improve your knowledge of technique, musical styles, improvisation, theory, ear training, reading and performance in a variety of contemporary music ensemble settings. 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. You should be proficient in your instrument; through your audition video, Music faculty will determine your placement in small ensembles, big bands and large ensembles before you arrive on campus. CORE CURRICULUM THE SHOWS Private Lessons Each week provides an opportunity to perform. Impromptu jam sessions, Friday night small ensembles, and the final concert performed and streamed live for friends, students and family in the Universityâ€™s Caplan Recital Hall. Jazz Improvisation Master Classes Small Group Lessons Small and Large Ensemble Rehearsals Departmental Workshops and Clinics THE EXTRAS Master classes and guest lecturers Instructor performances Story time: real-world tales from musicians THE TAKE AWAY You will emerge from this two-week program with new skills and confidence as a musician, as well as a connection to a community of peers and nationally renowned musicians. Jam sessions Music and Dance collaboration Ensemble concerts Field trips 15 THE UNIVERSITY OF THE ARTS “ PHILOMENA CORTESE 2013 Dance Student 14 ” BILLY SANDER 2013 Acting Student “ ” 15 THE UNIVERSITY OF THE ARTS 2 Weeks July 6 - July 19 MUSIC BUSINESS, ENTREPRENEURSHIP + TECHNOLOGY MUSIC BUSINESS, ENTREPRENEURSHI TECHNOLOGY AMPLIFY. Producing, distributing and promoting in the arts and entertainment industries are becoming more creative than corporateâ€“expand on the pioneering roots of the Philadelphia music scene in this innovative program. 16 IP + THE GOODS Designed for the student looking to sharpen his or her skills in many areas of the music industry and learn the practicalities and realities of what it means to be “DIY” (Do it Yourself ) in 2014. Our two-week music business intensive is built around the culture of entrepreneurship and the crucial skills needed to create opportunity. If you are the person who is always looking for new music, sharing it, learning about it, breaking it down, comparing it and talking about it, then this program is the place to start harnessing your interests and talents. Study the music industry from both a historical and present-day perspective as well as new media businesses that extend beyond music. Recognizing Philadelphia as a music industry hub, you will participate in experiential learning “on the job” through simulated and real-world assignments and projects. A strong emphasis will be placed on the role of social media and the artist-entrepreneur as a content-provider, media-maker and creative engine. CORE COURSEWORK THE SHOW Intro to Music Business On the last day of the program you will engineer live sound for the Music: Instrumental + Voice concert in the University’s Caplan Recital Hall. Students will be responsible for the show’s marketing, sound, lighting, recording and live-streaming. New Media Live Sound and Recording Technology Digital Distribution ELECTIVES Record Label Project Web Radio Event Management and Production THE EXTRAS Renowned music industry and technology specialists as master teachers and lecturers Field trips to professional recording studios and live music venues Collaborations with students in workshops across campus THE TAKEAWAY After spending two weeks in the heart of the arts and business district of Philadelphia with top music industry professionals as instructors, you will leave with a better understanding of recording and live-sound technologies and applications, as well as the realities and business practices of the new and future music industry. You will leave with portfolio-ready recordings, projects and a resume. 17 THE UNIVERSITY OF THE ARTS 4 Weeks July 6 - August 2 3 College Credits THEATER THEATER SHINE. Always wanted to unleash your inner star? We’ll help you do it. 18 R THE GOODS You will learn to explore, innovate, collaborate, problem-solve and push the boundaries of your creative expression in this four-week intensive program modeled after the world-class undergraduate theater programs at UArts. This experience will transition you from the high school stage to the college stage by offering an in-depth look at the training of University theater students and their preparation for the professional world in the performing arts. CORE CURRICULUM Acting All students in Theater will participate in a core foundation of: You will expand your skills as an actor while you learn how to collaborate and develop skills in script analysis, character development and impulse work. You will learn how to use your voice, body, heart and mind to tell a story. Acting Studio (working with both classical and contemporary scripts, emphasizing scene study and character development) Voice + Speech Movement Students who focus on Acting will participate in the following courses: Improvisation Stage Combat Collaboration (students will create new pieces of theater together) Mask Work Students will also choose one track of focus: Acting or Musical Theater Musical Theater Shakespeare You will expand your skills as an actor, dancer and singer while learning about the collaborative nature of creating theater. You will learn how to use a script, music and choreography to tell a musical theater story. Students who focus on Musical Theater will participate in the following courses: Singing Dance Performing a Song 19 THE UNIVERSITY OF THE ARTS THE EXTRAS THE SHOW Master Classes with Tony winners and nominees At the end of the four weeks you will have the opportunity to perform for friends and family in the University’s Arts Bank Theater, a professional 220-seat theater and/or the Black Box Theater in the University’s new state of the art Caplan Center for the Performing Arts. The Showcase performance will allow you to share and display the talent and skills you have developed and honed during the program. THEATER Field Trips to Theater companies and Professional performances in both Philadelphia’s thriving cultural community and NYC. Many of these experiences include backstage tours and meet-theactors sessions. Fast track your college application by developing audition pieces, completing your performance resume and posing for professional head shots. Rising high school seniors will also have the opportunity to audition before University faculty and Admissions counselors for admission to the Fall 2015 undergraduate theater program. 20 THE TAKE AWAY You will emerge from the program with an in-depth understanding of what it’s like to study theater in college and what it means to pursue a professional life in the theater. You will be exposed to new methods and techniques and leave with honed skills, self-confidence and connections to a community of peers and mentors. You will also collaborate with your peers in the creation of brand new pieces of theater. Walk away with a recording of your final performance as well an audition piece, resume and head shot for future college admissions. University Admissions counselors will talk with you about building the best college application possible, which can include letters of reference from your summer faculty, your honed audition and your transcript with 3 college elective credits. SUMMER INSTITUTE THEATER 21 THE UNIVERSITY OF THE ARTS 1-Week Intensives July 7 - August 1 CONCENTRATE. Studio-intensive courses help develop your personal vision and build your skills in a particular subject while giving you a taste of the Pre-College Summer Institute. ONE-WEEK INTENSIVES ONE-WEEK INTENSIVE 22 K ES THE GOODS UArts Pre-College Summer Institute offers One-Week Intensives for middle school and high school students in the Philadelphia area. Choose one, two, three or four weeks of study. You will participate in a full day of classes from 10 am - 4 pm with a break for lunch. One-Week Intensives give you the opportunity to refine your skills in a favorite medium or experiment with something out of your comfort zone. 9TH-12TH GRADE ONE-WEEK WORKSHOPS 6TH-8TH GRADE ONE-WEEK WORKSHOPS Week One Intensives July 7 - 11 July 14-18 Ceramics Digital Filmmaking Digital Photo Drawing Week Two Intensives July 14 - 18 Acting Improvisation Figure Drawing Graphic Design Jewelry + Metal Design Week Three Intensives July 21 - 25 July 21-25 Drawing + Painting THE TAKE AWAY You will emerge from each oneweek program with new skills, a new vocabulary for your area of interest, and increased confidence as an artist and problem solverâ€“in addition to portfolio or audition pieces for college admissions. Note: There is no application process for this program; applicant must send full payment in with their registration forms. No scholarships are available for One-Week Intensives Creative Writing Graphic Novel Painting Welding Week Four Intensives July 28 â€“ August 1 Dance Music Video Glass Portfolio Development 23 THE UNIVERSITY OF THE ARTS 4 Weeks July 6 - August 2 3 College Credits ESL + ART/MUSIC ESL + ART/MUSIC TRANSFORM. This dynamic curriculum gives you the opportunity to study English while pursuing your art or music passion in a creative and engaging atmosphere. 24 C THE GOODS If you are passionate about the arts (visual arts, voice or instrumental music) and wish to learn or improve your English language skills, specifically as it relates to arts, culture and conversation, then this is the right ESL program for you. In the mornings you will hone your language skills and in the afternoons you will delve into your studio and musical interests with your American peers in professional studios taught by our renowned University faculty. Finally, you will gain invaluable knowledge and experience with American culture by living with American students in Philadelphia, one of Americaâ€™s largest and most culturally vibrant cities. CORE CURRICULUM THE EXTRAS English Our dynamic English curricu- As part of the English learning curriculum you will explore the city of Philadelphia and visit many important cultural sites and museums, as well as experience exciting performances. These explorations will be documented in creative ways in artist journals and be used as a part of the English language curriculum. You will also be introduced to numerous guest speakers, attend social and academic events, and enjoy weekly trips to museums, galleries and performances. Optional trips to beaches, parks and New York City are also available. lum focuses on increasing English proficiency in conversational English and academic English so International ESL students can feel confident collaborating with their American peers in their Art and Music studio electives. Art Students will select one major and one elective course. Art Majors Editorial Fashion Photography Figure Painting Graphic Design Illustration Interactive Game Design Jewelry + Metal Design Sculpture + Installation Art Electives THE SHOW You will have an opportunity to exhibit your artwork in a public exhibition or perform on the main stage of a professional recital hall at the conclusion of the program. Ceramics Studio Designing with Digital Tools Drawing Experimental Photo Figure Sculpture Music Illustration Photo Narratives: Words + Photographs Street Art: Screen Printing Music You will have private and semi-private lessons, in addition to the following classes: THE TAKE AWAY Leave the program with improved English language skills, a portfolio or audition piece, a journal of your experience and three college credits. But more than that, you will have made friends from around the globe, improved your self-confidence and prepared yourself to determine what University experience might be right for you in the future. Ear Training Ensemble Improvisation Music History Music Theory 25 THE UNIVERSITY OF THE ARTS At UArts, youâ€™ll be at the center of it all. Life outside of class is vibrant and engaging for all students. You have the opportunity to chill in the student lounge, dance, enjoy other studentsâ€™ talents and explore one of the 140 museums or thriving theater and gallery districts in Center City, Philadelphia. Philly is easy to navigate by foot and you will have an opportunity to experience city living in an urban campus environment. THE SCENE The Scene 26 RESIDENCE HALLS + COMMUNITY FACILITIES Apartment-style residence halls come with shared bedroom, living room, kitchenette or micro-fridge and private bath for each unit. 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. MEAL PLANS HEALTH SERVICES Certified nurses and counselors are on campus to provide health services to Summer Institute students. Free and confidential counseling services are also available to students who need or want assistance. EVENINGS + WEEKENDS Academic program activities will be scheduled on two evenings a week (Tuesdays and Thursdays) and on Saturday afternoons. Optional evening social activities are available on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays and are free to residential students. Sunday activities are optional at an additional cost to all students. SUMMER INSTITUTE OPEN HOUSE SAT, APR 5 1 â€“ 4 PM Tour our campus and meet faculty, former students and Pre-College staff. Call or email to register: 215.717.6430 or email@example.com 27 THE SCENE Meal plans are provided by the University dining service and are required for residential students and are included in the cost of room and board. Lunches are required for commuting students at an additional fee. The Details SUMMER INSTITUTE 2014 PROGRAMS AT-A-GLANCE THE DETAILS PROGRAM DATES TUITION + FEES ROOM + BOARD* ART, MEDIA+ DESIGN JUL 6 - AUG 2 $3,150 $1,520 CREATIVE WRITING JUL 6 - AUG 2 $3,150 $1,520 DANCE JUL 6 - JUL 26 $1,850 $1,215 MUSIC : INSTRUMENTAL + VOICE JUL 6 - JUL 19 $1,800 $810 MUSIC BUSINESS, ENTREPRENEURSHIP + TECHNOLOGY JUL 6 - JUL 19 $1,600 $810 THEATER JUL 6 - AUG 2 $3,300 $1,520 ESL + ART/MUSIC JUL 6 - AUG 2 $4,420 $1,580 ONE-WEEK INTENSIVES JUL 7 - AUG 1 $550/WEEK *Commuter students are required to have a lunch-only meal plan which is $60/week. Lunch-only meal plans are also optional for One-Week Intensive students. Please see our website for information about our billing schedule and refund policies. IMPORTANT DATES AND DEADLINES PROGRAM SCHEDULE SUMMER INSTITUTE OPEN HOUSE SAT, APR 5 RESIDENTIAL MOVE-IN SUN, JUL 6 APPLICATION PRIORITY DEADLINE TUE, APR 15 CLASSES BEGIN MON, JUL 7 SAT, JUL 19 SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION DEADLINE TUE, APR 15 MUSIC FINAL PERFORMANCES DANCE FINAL PERFORMANCES SAT, JUL 26 ADMISSION NOTIFICATION ACCEPTANCE ROLLING BASIS, WITHIN 2 WEEKS OF APPLICATION SAT, AUG 2 SCHOLARSHIP NOTIFICATION THU, MAY 15 ART, MEDIA + DESIGN, CREATIVE WRITING + THEATER FINAL EXHIBITIONS, READINGS + PERFORMANCES BALANCE + PAYMENT DEADLINE FRI, JUN 20 ($60 LATE FEE AFTER JUNE 20) FORMS DUE FRI, JUN 20 Applications received after Monday, June 2 must be accompanied by full payment. There will be an automatic withdrawal for students with unpaid balances on Tuesday, July 1. 28 APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS ACADEMIC CREDIT All programs with the exception of One-Week Intensives require supplemental application materials. Applicants must submit a completed application form, $50 application fee and a one-page typed essay expressing why you have chosen to study at the University of the Arts this summer. Additional requirements for the following programs: Students enrolled in three and four-week programs earn three college credits upon successful completion of the program. Art, Media + Design Digital Portfolio: 5-10 images of your artwork Creative Writing Writing Portfolio: Two writing samples from any of these genres: fiction, poetry, creative non-fiction Music: Instrumental + Voice Audition: Recording of yourself performing two pieces (5 min.) in one of the following genres: blues, jazz, Latin, pop, R&B or rock. Theater Acting Introduction–who you are, why you want to attend (1 min.) Piece # 1: Comedic–introduce piece (1 min.) Piece # 2: Dramatic–introduce piece (1 min.) Musical Theater Introduction–who you are, why you want to attend (1 min.) Piece # 1: Comedic or Dramatic–introduce piece (1 min.) Piece # 2: 16 bars of music – introduce piece All supplemental pieces must be submitted digitally as a URL to a website, email attachment, or on a flashdrive or DVD. STUDENT CODE OF CONDUCT Pre-College Programs works to provide a safe and healthy environment for learning and artistic growth. As this is a college-level program, students are expected to behave accordingly. The full code can be found at our website at uarts.edu/summerinstitute/policies. 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. You may fill out a paper application or an application form online at uarts.edu/summerinstitute. ADDITIONAL FEES (IF APPLICABLE) International Student Fee $250 Late Payment Fee $60 Returned Check Fee $50 POLICIES This viewbook 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 publication. 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. Please see our website for information about our refund policies, supplies, weekend trips and planning for miscellaneous spending. SCHOLARSHIPS A limited number of partial-tuition scholarships based on merit and talent are available. See our website for application and further details. DISCOUNTS 10% tuition discounts available for returning Pre-College Students and Children of Alumni. CONTACT EMAIL PHONE WEB PRECOLLEGE@UARTS.EDU 215.717.6430 UARTS.EDU/SUMMERINSTITUTE 29 THE DETAILS Audition: Student must be recognizable, no mask, heavy makeup or costume (4 min.) ADMISSION VISIT UARTS.EDU/SUMMERINSTITUTE Join us Saturday, April 5 for the Pre-College Summer Institute Open House! ESL + Art/Music One-Week Intensives Theater Music Business, Entrepreneurship + Technology Music: Instrumental + Voice Dance Creative Writing Art, Media + Design PRE-COLLEGE SUMMER INSTITUTE FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS Pre-College Summer Institute 320 S. Broad Street Philadelphia, PA 19102 For Office Use Only ID # PRE-COLLEGE SUMMER INSTITUTE 2014 Application Form This form must be completed and returned with the $50 non-refundable application fee in order for an application to be considered. Priority deadline: April 15, 2014. After April 15, applications will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis, space permitting. Exception: One-Week Intensives require full payment at the time of registration. STUDENT INFORMATION Male Female Last Name First Name Middle Initial Street Address Apt# City Country State Zip Home Phone # Fax # Student Cell Phone # Student Email Address Social Security # Date of Birth MM/DD/YYYY Age as of July 2014 Name of High School City and State of High School High School: Housing Status: Public Reside on campus Private Commute from home Parochial/Religious Charter/Magnet Home Schooled Live with someone other than parent/ guardian Year of Graduation Do you consider yourself to be Hispanic/ Latino (optional)? Yes No In addition, select one or more of the following racial categories to describe yourself: Black or African American merican Indian A or Alaska Native Asian Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander White PROGRAM COSTS / TUITION + FEES APPLICATION FEE* (not required for One-Week Intensives) TUITION + MEALS + HOUSING (if applicable) $ 50 + $ ____________ PAYMENT Visa MasterCard Art, Media + Design Residential: $4,670 Art, Media + Design Commuter: $3,390 Payment Amount Creative Writing Residential: $4,670 Creative Writing Commuter: $3,390 Credit Card # Dance Residential: $3,065 Dance Commuter: $2,030 ESL + Art/Music Residential: $6,000 Music: Instrumental + Voice Residential: $2,610 Music: Instrumental + Voice Commuter: $1,920 MBET Residential: $2,410 MBET Commuter: $1,720 Theater Residential: $4,820 Theater Commuter: $3,540 One-Week Intensives: $550 per week $610 per week with meal plan INTERNATIONAL STUDENT FEE* ($250 if applicable) Expiration Date Billing Address Signature Date DISCOUNT INFORMATION + $ ____________ 4-week program: $290 3-week program: $160 2-week program: $155 1-week program: $55 TOTAL COST = $ ____________ TOTAL ENCLOSED = $ ____________ (Application Fee due at time of application) TOTAL BALANCE DUE = $ ____________ Students who are returning Pre-College students or children of UArts Alumni are eligible for a 10% tuition discount. Discounts must be calculated and reflected in payment at the time of application. No refund will be issued to correct overpayment. CHILD OF AN ALUM Attended: UArts PCA PCPA Name of Alumni Parent: Last Name / First Name / MI (include maiden name) School / Degree and Year of Graduation PAST STUDENT OF UARTS PRE-COLLEGE PROGRAM Attended: Summer Institute Course and Year Note: Students will be notified of acceptance within two weeks of application. Security Code Name on the Card (please print) STUDENT DISCOUNT – $ _____________ (10% off tuition only, cannot be combined with scholarship, must complete “Discount Information” section to be eligible) *nonrefundable and due at the time of application AmEx Check or Money Order made payable to: The University of the Arts Saturday School PROGRAM/COURSE SELECTION Art, Media + Design List an A Major and B Major and an A Elective and B Elective. (If taking an all-day C Major, specify this Major in the A column and leave B empty. Still select an A and B Elective.) Major A Major B Elective A Elective B 1st Choice 1st Choice 1st Choice 1st Choice 2nd Choice 2nd Choice 2nd Choice 2nd Choice Creative Writing Choose one Bi-Weekly Elective. _____________________ Elective Choice Dance Music: Instrumental + Voice Choose one: bass, drum set, guitar, vibes, hand drum, piano, saxophone, trombone, trumpet, voice _____________________ Instrument Music Business, Entrepreneurship + Technology (MBET) Theater Choose one track of focus: Acting or Musical Theater Acting Musical Theater One-Week Intensives Week One: July 7 - 11 Week Two: July 14 - 18 Week Three: July 21 - 25 Week Four: July 28 - Aug 1 1st Choice 1st Choice 1st Choice 1st Choice 2nd Choice 2nd Choice 2nd Choice 2nd Choice ESL + Art/Music Please see website for separate application. RESIDING ON CAMPUS (IF APPLICABLE) Would you consider yourself: 1 2 List three qualities you feel are important in a roommate 3 4 5 NEAT SHY MORNING PERSON SLOPPY OUTGOING N IGHT PERSON Roommate Request: If there is a particular student whom you would like as a roommate, please list their name and program below. Please note that both students must request this arrangement. The Residential Life office will make every attempt to honor requests. Studentâ€™s Name and Program Please list any medical, dietary or religious requirements that may impact your living arrangements and meals. (you may attach a separate sheet if necessary) How Did You Hear About The Pre-College Summer Institute? UArts Pre-College Student Teacher/Counselor Online Search Parent STUDENT CHECKLIST FOR APPLICATION MATERIALS UArts Admissions Counselor/Open House Ad or Listing in: __________________________________ Application Form Other ________________________________________________________________ PARENT/GUARDIAN INFORMATION Last Name First Name $ 50 Application Fee (One-Week Intensives require full payment) I nternational Student Fee ($250 if applicable) Relationship to Student Personal Essay P ortfolio/Audition Email (Not required for Dance, ESL, MBET and OneWeek Intensives) Home Phone # Cell Phone # Address Same As Student? 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