Supported by National Endowment for the Arts, high school students spend 5-weeks at Wesleyan University. We offer 10 art forms, plus amazing interdisciplinary classes. All arts, all of July.
The Center for Creative Youth (CCY), a summer pre-college residential program, offers talented high school students four weeks of intensive study in the arts at Wesleyan University, one of the country’s most distinguished liberal arts colleges. CCY is a program of the Capitol Region Education Council and is sponsored in collaboration with Wesleyan’s Center for the Arts. CCY emphasizes multicultural and interdisciplinary learning, critical thinking and leadership. Each class is designed to enhance students’ problem-solving skills in instrumental and vocal music, theater, musical theater, technical theater, creative writing, dance, filmmaking and visual arts, which includes photography.
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