UCLA ARTS CAMP is an intensive, creative summer experience for young people between the ages of 14 and 20. The program consists of one-, two- and three-week performing and media arts workshops, in partnership with U.S. Performing Arts and UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television. Classes are held within the school’s state-of-the-art facilities, including theaters, dance studios, soundstages, editing labs and television studios.
During Arts Camp, participants are immersed in an all-day creative experience designed and developed by the camp’s academic and professional educators, who are experts in the fields of entertainment and performing arts.
Whether students are interested in Acting for the Camera, Digital Filmmaking, Advanced Playwriting, Animation or Musical Theater, they will find UCLA ARTS CAMP instructors passionate about the courses they teach and eager to share their knowledge with the next generation.
UCLA ARTS CAMP participants can choose to live on-campus at UCLA for the duration of their camp experience or can opt to commute from home.
For the 13th year, UCLA ARTS CAMP is partnered with U.S. Performing Arts in the operation of the camp. U.S. Performing Arts handles enrollment, registration, after-workshop activities as well as room-and-board management. For more information and to register for UCLA ARTS CAMP, please visit the U.S. Performing Arts website at www.usperformingarts.com.