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COLLEGE FOR CREATIVE STUDIES (CCS) CAMPS
We are excited to be partnering with the College for Creative Studies (CCS) to bring you two digital design classes, created and led by CCS instructors.
Considered one of the country’s preeminent art and design colleges, CCS produces graduates who have established distinguished careers in a variety of creative fields, including product design, photography, animation and illustration.
Campers should bring a daily nut-free snack, lunch and a water bottle. All supplies are included in the camp fee.
August 3 – 7 | Ages 10 – 13
August 10 – 14 | Ages 8 – 10
9:30 am – 3:30 pm
Create your own animated cartoon! Using Wacom tablets and computers, learn the basic skills needed to turn drawings into living motion to produce a short animation. Ten-year-olds may attend either class. Limited to 12 campers.
Cartooning and Character Design
August 3 – 7 | Ages 8 – 10
August 10 – 14 | Ages 10 – 13
9:30 am – 3:30 pm
Create your own cartoon and comic book characters and render them with dynamic facial expressions and gestures. Essential drawing skills will be covered, including line, proportion and coloring. Ten-year-olds may attend either class. Limited to 12 campers.
For information on this camp, please click the link below.
GP LAKERS “BACK TO SCHOOL” BASKETBALL CAMP
August 3 – 6
August 10 – 13
9:00 am – 1:00 pm (drop off begins at 8:30 am)
Children entering kindergarten – grade 6
Directors: Kevin Richards and Stephen Benard
The GP Lakers Basketball AAU program at The Grosse Pointe Academy is a “Fundamental First Program”. It is our goal to teach players important aspects of the game and to make them successful in the future. The camp is aimed for the player that is serious about playing the game. Team fundamentals that will be stressed daily in camp include being a great teammate first, confidence with the basketball, playing without the ball, offensive concepts, individual defense, team defense and transition defense.
Campers should bring a daily peanut-free snack, lunch and drink.