In-Person Summer Camp
At SeaTac Community Center
Monday-Friday, August 16-20 - 10:00 AM-3:00 PM
For Ages 11-14
Sliding Scale - pay-what-you-can - $0-$425
This summer camp, taught by artist and filmmaker Mujale Chisebuka, will help bring stories to life. Drawing from the feelings and techniques of comic books, animation, and film, this camp will help young people to take their own life experiences and translate them into stories, characters, and environments that they wish to see and bring to life on the page or screen. Campers will learn drawing and painting fundamentals, creative processes, filmmaking pre-production techniques like storyboarding, and how to animate on iPads.
This camp is made possible by a partnership with SeaTac Community Center. Campers will also be able to enjoy the neighboring Highline Botanical Garden as a group during lunch breaks and for camp activities.
Camp Preparation & Safety
All technology and art supplies are included in the camp cost and provided.
Snacks will be provided, and campers are asked to bring a sack lunch and water bottle with them to camp.
We will practice physical distancing, masking, and health screening according to city and state guidelines at the time of the camp. We anticipate this will include masking and physical distancing in the camp space, as well as temperature checks at check in each day.
While filmmaking is a highly collaborative art form, using shared equipment, this camp is designed to allow for more space and individual equipment for each camper. Each camper will get to work on designing and making their own creations, in a large collaborative space where they can share ideas and make friends.
Location, Pickup & Dropoff Information
– This camp will take place at SeaTac Community Center - 13735 24th Ave S, SeaTac, WA 98168. Check in and pickup will be in the gym.
– We provide a dropoff window from 9:30-10am and a pickup window from 3-3:30pm each day. Campers are supervised by staff and provided extra film activities to do during these times.