New Class in Digital Animation Announced for Summer UA Art Camp

The UA Department of Art and Art History announces an exciting update to its summer Art Camp courses, June 24-28, 2024. Along with classes in Ceramics, Printmaking and Sculpture for high school students, faculty will offer a five-day class in Digital Animation. The course will be taught by Joel Fuller, in the department’s digital media faculty. This new class in Digital Animation is designed to give rising 9th through 12th graders a taste of what UA art courses are like. No previous experience is required for this class or any of the classes at UA Art Camp. The deadline for UA Art Camp registration is June 9.

UA Art Campers who select Digital Animation as their focus will learn key concepts and techniques to bring their creative ideas to life. Using Adobe Animate, students will explore the fundamentals of motion, timing, and storytelling in animation. Through fun projects and guided exercises, they will design and animate their own characters and scenes, gaining valuable skills for future endeavors in digital arts.

UA Art Camp runs the week of June 24-28, 2024. Rising 9th through 12th graders can spend a week exploring the art discipline of their choice and get a taste of UA studio courses. Besides Digital Animation, UA art faculty will offer courses in Sculpture, Printmaking and Ceramics. Click here for more information or to register.

Examples of UA digital media students