Peekskill Summer Youth Arts Technology Program
Peekskill Summer Youth Arts Technology Program 2023
Classes meet Monday through Thursday. They do not meet on Fridays. Registration opens Monday, March 20th, 2023.
Summer 2023 Orientation-Letter
Welcome to the Peekskill Center for the Digital Arts Youth Arts Technology Program
This summer, your child will be able to explore STEAM and garner skills in digital filmmaking, imaging, 2D and 3D Animation, robotics, coding, game design, and painting and drawing, and more remotely and in-person. Using distance learning, our instructors will be interacting with your children live to create a robust teaching and learning experience using art and technology. In our in-person classes, students will be able to take advantage of our state-of-the-art facility, which has industrial level hardware and software and a fine arts studio. The Center for Digital Arts in the downtown artist district of the City of Peekskill has professional artists and designers teaching and technical support specialists supporting students both inside the classroom and are available remotely by email and Zoom.
Our faculty is dedicated to crafting an experience that is interactive, engaging, and productive enabling skill acquisition and artistry that will allow your child to produce a portfolio piece by the end of the program. Join us for one two-week session or both. Dates for this summer are July 10-20 and July 24-August 3, 2023. Classes meet Monday through Thursday. They do not meet on Fridays. For a full program description and information on how to get your child registered, please visit www.sunywcc.edu/peekskillyouth.
The COVID-19 Vaccine is not required for non-credit youth classes. All students registered for remote classes will be contacted with instructions and an invitation link to access their classes.
To contact us with further questions please email email@example.com
Thank you for your interest in the Summer Youth Arts Technology Program.
Be well and we hope to see you soon.
Dr. Sherry Mayo
In-Person and Remote Options Available
The Youth Arts Technology program is a STEAM program focused on engaging youth in arts technology integration that will better prepare them for advanced study and work in the 21st century. STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics) focuses on the hybridization of art and science and develops critical creative thinking. These courses are designed to encourage self-expression, collaboration, and innovation. Students will combine manual and digital skills to realize a take-away portfolio project.
Forms and Downloads
Program flyer, registration form, and mandatory release forms will become available once registration opens on Monday, March 20th, 2023