February 9, 2017

Visual/Performing Arts Camps

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Acting: Acting for Young People – Summer Acting Camp and Showcase

Contact: Mary Lechter, Mason Community Arts Academy, mary@afyp.org, 703-554-4931
Website: masonacademy.gmu.edu/acting/summer
Location: Virtual
Description: Acting for Young People provides actors of all ages with professional-level training in a supportive and fun environment. Through this training, our actors develop skills that will serve them in all walks of life, on stage and off. Our faculty is made up of working professionals in the industry – actors, directors, and teaching artists who are constantly honing their skills through their creative endeavors and bringing those skills back to share with our students.


Mason Community Arts Academy – Summer Arts at Mason

Contact: academy@gmu.edu
Website: masonacademy.gmu.edu/online
Location: Virtual
Ages: 5–18 and Adults
Description: Mason Community Arts Academy offers online camps and workshops for kids and adults that develop artistry and build skills in acting, music, film and video, and visual arts. Programs include a mix of live-streamed interactive classes, individualized and group activities, and enriching video resources. Whether you live near or far, our online programs connect you with George Mason University faculty, professional teaching artists, and experienced arts educators. View the complete list of camps (More than 70 offerings!).

Dance: Irish Dance Summer Camp*

Contact: Boyle School of Irish Dance, dance@boyleschool.com, 703-791-0800
Website: Click here
Ages: 4–18
Description: Canceled for Summer 2020

Freedom Aquatic & Fitness Center

Contact: fccamps@gmu.edu, 703-993-8513
Website: freedom-center.com
Description: Canceled for Summer 2020

Mason Kids Club

Contact: George Mason University Child Development Center, cdc@gmu.edu
Website: Click Here
Ages: Rising 1st through rising 4th graders
Description: Canceled for Summer 2020

National Jazz Workshop

Contact: Matthew Niess, George Mason University, School of Music/Jazz Studies Department, matt.niess@nationaljazzworkshop.org or dpurcel2@gmu.edu, 703-993-1380
Website: nationaljazzworkshop.org
Ages/Grade Levels: Rising 8th graders and above for commuter component. Rising 9th graders and above for the overnight component.
Description: Canceled for Summer 2020

Radio: WGMU Summer Podcast and Radio Camp

Contact: Rodger Smith, WGMU Radio and Student Media, rsmith6@gmu.edu, 703-993-2874
Website: Click here
Age/Grade Level(s): Grades 6–12
Description: Canceled for Summer 2020

*Camp managed by a non-Mason organization.