Register today for the Idyllwild Arts Summer Program!


Our partners at Idyllwild Arts are now enrolling for their 2019 Summer Program. Scholarships are available for Native American Teens and Kids, as well as Native American Adults who are teachers, artists, or community leaders. Learn more on the blog today!

The Idyllwild Arts Summer Program provides high caliber arts instruction and memorable arts immersion workshops to a diverse student population of all ages and abilities. Nearly 2,000 children, youth, adults and families participate in the diverse summer program featuring workshops in all the arts and specifically tailored to all proficiency levels and ages. The Summer program provides children, teens, adults and professional artists intensive practical instruction in all the visual arts and performing arts – sculpture, painting, photography, ceramics, jewelry, Native American arts, film & digital media, fashion design, dance, music, theatre and creative writing.

Scholarships are available for Native American Teens and Kids to attend our Summer programs. In addition, we have scholarship funds available for Native American Adults who are teachers, artists, or community leaders.

Registration is now open. Workshops run from one day to three weeks long, from June 9 to August 3, on the beautiful mountain campus in Idyllwild, California.

You will find detailed information and application procedures here.

Summer workshop descriptions are here: www.idyllwildarts.org/summer.

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