RDC is already thinking of summer

Red Deer College’s 2019 summer camps and Series Summer Arts School are now open for registration.

Summer camps will be offered from July 2 until Aug. 23, and there are opportunities for youth in a variety of areas, including sport, science, languages, applied technology, visual art, film, game design, music, cooking, theatre and animation.

Day camps are offered for anyone wishing to return home every night, while overnight camps allow teens the chance to spend a week living in Red Deer College residences.

Summer camps are led by experts in their fields and offer campers the opportunity to experience first-rate labs, studios and facilities.

Series Summer Arts School will welcome adult participants from across central Alberta and beyond to the Red Deer campus from July 8 to Aug. 2.

With 78 courses across a range of artistic genres, adults of all skill levels – from professional artists to those looking for personal growth – will enjoy the five-day workshops.

Participants stay in residence, which allows them to enjoy a variety of activities, including instructor presentations by professional artists, open studios in the evenings, open model sessions, and a variety of social activities.

For those looking for a single-day option, the Taste of Series offers 12 courses for artistic expression on July 20.

For more information, or to register, visit rdc.ab.ca/summercamps or contact the school of continuing education at 403-356-4900.

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