The Teen Arts Institute
This program provides an opportunity for older campers to develop their artistic skills in a specific discipline. Each session finishes with a showcase featuring the work they have been creating throughout the week.
Grades: 7-12 | July 31 – August 18 (3, one-week sessions)
9:00 AM-3:30 PM
Session 1: Musical Theater Workshop | July 31 – August 4
Campers spend an amazing week developing their “triple-threat” musical theater skills: singing, dancing and acting. This is a great program for campers who have spent a summer in our Performing Arts Camp and want to hone their skills. Campers will create an original cabaret of songs, dances, scenes and monologues pulling from musicals like Wicked, Hamilton, The Fantasticks, and The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee.
Session 2: Acting and Improvisation| August 7-11
Exploring the actor’s tools of body, voice and imagination, campers will learn to make up great characters on the fly with fellow campers to create funny sketches and play wild theater games. The week will end with an exciting showcase of games and sketches for family and friends to enjoy.
Session 2: Visual Art Grab-Bag | Aug 8-12
Every day campers will explore a different artistic medium and create a small but dynamic portfolio of original work. Painting, watercolor, clay, collage, mixed-media and more will be used in this dynamic camp. The week will end with an exhibition of the camper’s work for family and friends.
|Early Bird||Regular Week|
|Fan Members & Above||$285 per session|
|General Registration||$300 per session|
|After March 1||Regular Week|
|Fan Members & Above||$300 per session|
|General Registration||$315 per session|
Members of BlackRock get to enjoy exclusive benefits including discounts on camps. By joining at the Fan level or above, you can save $15 per camp session per camper, plus the multitude of other benefits members at this level receive. Join today!
All health and emergency contact information is now included in our online registration process. If you are registering by phone, please be prepared to answer health-related questions about your camper including their doctor’s name and phone, known allergies, conditions and medications, and the date of their last tetanus shot. If your child does not attend a licensed Maryland public or private school, we will need a completed Immunization Certification Form. If your child needs to keep mediation during camp we will need a completed Authorization for Medication Form.
For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 301.528.2260.