The College of the Artwork Institute of Chicago (SAIC) is thrilled to supply over 50 artwork and design lessons to college students from throughout the globe this summer time! Each rising and established artists are invited to hitch SAIC school and fellow thinkers and makers for an thrilling and immersive art-making expertise in SAIC’s non-credit Adult Continuing Education program. Programs can be found in all kinds of studio and making areas — from Trend Design to Portray to Inventive Writing — in addition to skill-based skilled development programs in Inside Design, digital design applications together with Adobe Photoshop and InDesign, Coloration Idea, and extra.

On-campus and on-line programs might be provided in multi-week summer time classes and one-week intensives beginning in Could, June, July, and August.

Course choices embody:

SAIC additionally presents non-credit certificates designed to accommodate college students with various pursuits and backgrounds. Packages take roughly one yr to finish at a charge of 1 to 2 programs per time period, and programs are provided year-round in quite a lot of codecs, together with semester-long choices, intensives, and each on-line and on-campus choices.

Certificates are provided within the following areas: Drawing, Trend, Graphic Design, Inside Design, and Portray.  

SAIC additionally presents artwork and design programs, applications, and camps for kids, center faculty, and highschool college students.

For extra data and to register, go to

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