July 8 - August 1, 2013
The 2013 theme, INFUSION, will involve students in a multicultural approach to learning the arts.
Arts Alive, an intensive arts institute for students in grades 3-12, is an award-winning program, recognized with the “Best Practices” Award and the “Regional Summer School of Excellence” Award, by the Pennsylvania Department of Education.
Arts Alive places students and professional artists side by side for four intense weeks in both the visual and performing arts. Our faculty of artists teach and mentor with the skills they have mastered. This summer experience helps prepare students, as artists, to take on challenges in high school, college, and the real world.
Proudly celebrating our 21st year, we are confident this will be our best summer yet. Come experience the arts, learn something new, and take your interest in the arts to the next level. Bring your summer to life at Arts Alive!
Elementary and Intermediate students have the option of attending half day in only one course, or full day attending both musical theatre and visual art. Senior students will attend full day in one course. Arts Alive runs July 8 through August 1, Monday through Friday 9:00 am - 2:00 pm. Attendance is mandatory. The only excusable absence is medical. Arts Alive will culminate with an exhibition/performance to be held on Thursday, August 1, at the Scranton Cultural Center. The exhibition/ performance will begin at 5:30 pm. All students and parents should reserve this important date.
If enough students request transportation it will be available daily from the following locations: Western Wayne High School, Carbondale Area High School, Burlington Coat Factory parking lot (Route 6, Eynon), Old Forge High School, Riverside High School, Willard Elementary School, Blue Ridge High School, and Montrose Area High School. Details will be provided after all applications are reviewed.
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Fee includes two tickets to the exhibition final performance, one student t-shirt and one copy of our publication of student artwork. Additional tickets will be available at the Scranton Cultural Center box office for $15 ($10 for children 12 and under). Elementary students (grades 3-4 only) choosing to take only one course, can attend half day and pay only $300. All students in grades 5-12 attend the full day. Family discounts available.