Each summer, high school students spend a week at The Art Institute of Atlanta, discovering ways to develop and enhance their creativity, from simple drawing to classical cuisine. Students explore how to apply a variety of skills, technologies, and information with expert faculty, make new friends, and get involved in some pretty cool projects. Classes were available in audio production, culinary arts, digital filmmaking & video production, fashion & retail management, graphic design and advertising, illustration, interior design, game art, media arts and animation, and photographic imaging.
Pictured, Tse' Lani Drew, from Thomson High School in Thomson, works on a keyboard in the college's audio lab, which offers program-specific technology such as a Solid State Logic (SSL) G+ console.
The Art Institute of Atlanta is one or more than 40 educational institutions throughout North America, providing an important source of design, media arts, fashion and culinary arts professionals.