For 13-18 year olds
Join us for a week-long camp where you’ll learn the basics of digital art and design – or hone the skills you already have!
Digital art and design are everywhere – from billboards to book covers and from YouTube banners to digital galleries. This camp will introduce you to free digital art tools and encourage you to use them to express yourself or share your point of view.
You will learn the skills to create posters, social media posts, portraits, banners, and more. You’ll start each day with a design challenge, then get creative as you explore ideas, techniques, and concepts that interest you. Along the way, we’ll talk about the fundamentals of graphic design and art composition.
By the end of the week, you’ll have a digital portfolio of work to share with family and friends!
Learn how to use free digital art and design tools
Learn basic graphic design concepts and vocabulary
Learn the basics of artistic composition
Practice using digital art and design software that you can continue to use after camp ends
Find out how they can express themselves with digital tools
Practice visually expressing your values, ideas and perspectives
Share your work with others
Practice giving generous and constructive feedback to others
Materials and technology required:
Internet-connected computer, Chromebook or tablet. Campers can bring their own computer or use computers provided by MODA.
Free Canva.com Account
$315 for MODA members at the friend and family level or above receive 10% off this price ($10/month or $140/year). Members, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to receive a discount code before registering.
Registered siblings will receive an automatic 10% discount.
Campers should bring a bottle of water and a mid-morning snack.
This camp will take place in the Hinman Building of the Georgia Tech School of Architecture.
This camp is designed in such a way that it can go virtual if public health requires it.
Michelle is a teaching artist specializing in visual arts, photography, video/sound editing and theatre. A Chicago native, she collaborated with K-12 teachers to integrate the arts into academic content for 16 years after earning a BA in Arts Education from UIUC. Additionally, she has worked closely with various arts organizations, including the launch of Teen Camp at the Old Town School of Folk Music. Michelle continues to support student voice in Atlanta as an educator through MODA and the High Museum of Art.
This class is a creative learning environment. All registrants accept:
respect others in all circumstances
engage in collaborative practices with classmates and instructors
use only appropriate language in verbal and written conversations
use the chat box for learning and socializing purposes
do not spam the chat box
not to troll other participants and/or their creations
MODA reserves the right to immediately remove any participant if they engage in conduct that undermines the experiences of other participants and is inconsistent with the course objective.
Camp registrations that are canceled 2 weeks prior to the start of the session will result in a refund of the amount paid less a $100 non-refundable registration fee.
No refunds will be available for cancellations less than 2 weeks before the start of the session.
MODA reserves the right to cancel any camp or program that does not meet the minimum registration requirements.
If you have any last minute emergencies, please do not hesitate to contact MODA at email@example.com so we can discuss the best options for you and your camper.
Shining from Boot Exemption:
This program is not authorized by Bright from the Start: Georgia Department of Early Care and Learning and does not require authorization. Bright from the Start does not regulate or regularly inspect this program. For more information, go to www.decal.ga.gov or call 404.657.5562.
Students with learning differences and behavioral needs are welcome at MODA! Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss your camper’s unique potential and how best to celebrate their strengths and address their challenges.
Help the kids get to camp!
Talent, intelligence and a love of design are evenly distributed in our society, but opportunities and resources are not. Help a deserving student attend one of our CampMODA summer camps by donating to our scholarship fund!
1315 Peachtree Street Northeast Atlanta, GA, 30309 United States
Mon: Closed Tue: Closed Wed: 12pm – 7pm Thu: 12pm – 7pm Fri: 12pm – 7pm Sat: 12pm – 7pm Sun: 12pm – 7pm