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International Summer School 2019

Additional Information

  

International Arts Academy Summer Camp

British Columbia (BC) is located in western Canada and is an important gateway between North America to the Asia-Pacific region. In particular, the metropolitan hub of Vancouver, B.C. functions and has functioned as the main linkage in long chain of exchange between Asia and North America. With its stunning scenery and pleasant climate, Vancouver, B.C., has always been an important base of North American Centers for art education, with five international acclaimed universities and many art colleges calling Vancouver home.

                   

In 2019, the International Arts Academy – IAA, offers the 2019 International Art Summer Camp to be held at the UBC (University of British Columbia). Students will visit the most recognized two-dimensional arts, sculpture, and mixed-media professional studios as well as international recognized art schools. Giving students a unique opportunity to learn from the best art professors in British Columbia. Our instructors are recognized nationally as the best contemporary artists in North America.

The students will also receive instruction in a particularly conducive environment of learning. Classes will be held at the University of British Columbia (UBC), which is a global Centre for teaching, learning and research, consistently ranked among the top 20 public universities in the world and recently recognized as North America’s most international university. Since 1915, motto, Tuum Est (It is yours), has been a declaration of UBC commitment to attracting and supporting those who have the drive to shape a better world.

 

The IAA will host this Summer Program; we are committed to promoting contemporary visual arts, languages, and providing education to all students. The IAA offers a conceptual and traditional art education curriculum as well as many specialized courses taught by industry professionals. Art education is proven to help students to develop academic skills and boost a self-confidence. We hope to offer professional guidance for our students in reaching their personal and education goals, as well as fostering self-development.

The IAA Summer Programs provide students with an extremely solid base for continuing art education in variety of post-secondary institutions. Our goal is to help students improve artistically in both creative and technical skills, thus preparing students to enroll in their desired at Post-Secondary choices. 

 

The International Art Summer Camp is eleven days, with several student groups:

· July 1st to 14th 2019.

· July 15th to July 28, 2019.

· July 29th to August 11, 2019.

· August 12th to August 25 2019.

Summer Camp 2019 Application Deadlines and Fees:

Total cost of the summer camp will be $3,000.00 CAN. The deadline for application is March 30, 2019. 

The fee includes transportation within Canada, accommodation, tickets, insurance, activity, driver and 3 staff members who will accompany the summer camp.

 Of every 10 students one teacher will be assigned.


 Each student will receive a welcoming package containing a T –shirt and art apron; at the end of camp students will get art camp certificate from the International Arts Academy and a group photo.
 

The fee for the 2019 International Summer Camp does not include passport fees, visa fees, airplane tickets, personal expense in Canada. Communication fee etc. 


Application Requirements:

Eligible applicants must:

· Minors between the ages of 12 to 17 years old. 

· Meet with Canadian short-term tourist visa requirements.

· Complete Summer Camp Application Form.

· Comply with summer camp rules and regulations.

· Have round trip plane tickets booked in advance.

A typical schedule for the 11 days of summer camp can be found attached to this document.

Detailed Schedule:

  

First   Day – Monday

 

9:00 9.15: Daily Discussion 

9:15-11:15:   Drawing

11:15 12:50: Recess/Lunch

12:50 1:00: Cleaning up the Studio

2:00   – 5:00: Visit Queen Elisabeth Park, Plein air sketching with Mila Kostic,   AFCA SFCA

 

Second   Day – Tuesday

 

9:00 9.15: Daily Discussion 

9:15-11:15:   Acrylic painting

11:15 12:50: Recess/Lunch

12:50 1:00: Cleaning up the Studio

2:00   – 5:00: Visit Vancouver Art Gallery (located downtown   Vancouver) –   “current exhibition” – Unique urban sculptures sketch with master artist at   the Vancouver Gallery

 

Third Day –   Wednesday 

 

9:00 9.15: Daily Discussion 

9:15-11:15:   Studio painting and drawing Anatomy and figures   /portraits with master artist Andrew McDermott, SFCA

11:15 12:50: Recess/Lunch

12:50      3:00: Studio painting and drawing 

3:00   3:15:   Recess

3:15 5:00: Studio painting   and drawing

 

Fourth day – Thursday

 

Detailed   schedule may vary in circumstances 

9:00 9.15: Daily Discussion 

9:30      5:00: Visit and sketch on Granville Island. Granville Island is famous   for its wide variety of art studios, glass blowing studio, local workshops,   street artists, Western and First Nations Art Galleries. Sketching  watercolour on site- plain air. 

 

Fifth Day   – Friday 

 

9:00 9.15: Daily Discussion 

9:15-11:15:   Studio painting and drawing. Creative and abstract   approach to composition with master artists Jutta Kaiser, AFCA

11:15 -12.50:   Recess/Lunch

12:50   -   3:00: Studio painting and drawing with Master artist Jutta Kaiser, AFCA

3:00   -3:15:   Recess

3:15 -5:00:   Studio painting and drawing finishing projects up.

 

Sixth Day-   Saturday – Field Trip 

 

Whistler and Squamish Shannon Falls

Whistler is the world-famous ski resort and the main venue of   the 2010 Olympic Winter Games. We will be sketching nature in Whistler –   drawing with pencil, conte, and graphite. We will be also visiting the Audain Art Museum http://audainartmuseum.com/ and art studios.

Whistler (The Sea   to Sky Corridor) attracts and inspires painters, sculptors, artisans,   writers, photographers, filmmakers and performers from all over the world.   They come to Whistler to live, work, play and most of all create in the   incredible surroundings of ocean, lakes and mountains.

 

Seventh Day- Sunday – Field Trip 

 

We will visit the Squamish Lil’wat Cultural   Centre where a Cultural Ambassador will share   their stories and experience an overview of the traditional way of life at   the Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre. Presentation includes a welcome song,   an inspiring film, and creation of your own cedar rope craft to take home as   a keepsake.

Visit Squamish Shannon Falls in afternoon and plain   air sketching, and painting using acrylic with master artist Mila Kostic.

Returning to Vancouver after 6:00 pm

 

Eighth   Day – Monday

 

9:00-9:15:   Daily Discussion 

9:15-11.15:   Studio painting and drawing. The focus is on composition   and creativity using shapes and abstract images from reality

11:15 12:50: Recess/Lunch

12:50      3:00: Studio painting and drawing 

3:00   3:15:   Recess

3:15 5:00: Studio painting   and drawing finishing projects up

 

Ninth Day – Tuesday

 

9:00 -9:15:   Daily Discussion 

9:30   -5:00:

Visit   to the famous Gastown and Chinatown   districts. We will Spend the afternoon at Gastown visiting western   and First Nations galleries, the famous Gastown clock, painting, and scratching   on site with master artist.

 

Tenth   Day – Wednesday 

 

9:00-9:15:   Daily Discussion 

9:15-11:15:   Studio painting and drawing Anatomy and figures   /portraits with master artist Andrew McDermott, SFCA

11:15 – 12:50: Recess/Lunch

12:50   – 3:00:   Studio painting and drawing 

3:00   –  3:15: Recess

3:15 –  5:00: Studio   painting and drawing

 

Eleventh Day – Thursday

 

9:00 – 9:15: Daily Discussion 

9:15-11.15:   Acrylic painting

11:15 – 12:50: Recess/Lunch

12:50 – 1:00: Cleaning up the Studio

Visit   West Vancouver: Dundarave beach, park and art studios. 

http://westvancouver.ca/parks-recreation/parks/dundarave-park 

Sketch on site with master artist

 

Twelfth Day - Friday

 

9:00 9:15: Daily Discussion 

9:15-11:15:   Studio painting and drawing with Master artist Mila   Kostic

11:15 12:50:Recess/Lunch

12:50      3:00: Studio painting and drawing, finishing projects.

3:00    5:00: Students Completion Ceremony and group   photos.

 

Thirteenth Day – Saturday

 

9.00 9.15: Daily Discussion 

9:30 – 5:00:

Stanley   Park picnic and barbeque with sketching on site.

 

Fourteenth Day – Sunday

 

Departure from YVR Vancouver.

Bon voyage!

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