The Southern Utah Museum of Art is giving teens a new way to get artsy this summer. 

The new SUMA Summer Camps, for ages 13–18, will teach them about public art, digital design and traditional media. The camps offer professional-level instruction and can even help prep them for college and future careers. 

Public Art

June 16–27, Frontier Homestead State Park and Museum, $100

Teens will learn how art has built communities throughout history, from the era of cave paintings to contemporary work. It will also cover the major themes of community art, and students will put together their own mural.

Digital Design

July 7–18, Braithwaite Fine Arts Gallery, $100

Teens will learn about industry standard programs for digital design, like Adobe Creative Suite. In this workshop, they can start their portfolios of digital work through tutorials taught by working designers.

Traditional Media

July 28–Aug. 8, Braithwaite Fine Arts Gallery, $120 (including $50 in supplies)

Students explore major themes in art history and apply theories of visual art masters during hands on workshops. Artists will share their skills and techniques to help students take their painting and drawing skills to the next level. 

Click here to register or for more info.