Summer Camps 2018
Do you know a teen with a lot of interests? Langara offers a range of one or two-week summer camps that give students the opportunity to develop new skills and experiences. With a wide range of camps, there are plenty of options for students to explore their practical and creative sides.
Read the camp summaries below or go to read the full details on our camps.
Arts - Photos, Music, & Acting
Interested in electronic music, DJing, or music production? Want to record movie, TV, and video game music? Bring your headphones and get started!
Participants will go deeper into the technical and productions side of digital music and explore the software that goes into producing their own piece. Bring your headphones and get working.
July 30 – August 3
An exciting program designed to inspire, challenge, and engage the aspiring teen photographer. Students will have access to Langara’s studios and state-of-the-art equipment.
Learn essential acting techniques and processes used by professional actors. By focusing on the basics from the beginning stages of script work, all the way through to performance, this intensive program will provide learners with the understanding of how to work in the "big three" of acting – television, film, and theatre. This camp is taught by Bob Frazer, alumni of Studio 58 and well known local actor.
July 30 – August 3
News alert for all budding graphic novel and manga artists! Explore and tap into your inner Stan Lee with this exciting introduction to the art of comic book creation.
Advanced Graphic Novel and Manga Camp
This camp will take learners beyond simple drawings and into publishing their work for the world to see; learn what will go into actual production of comic books and graphic novel from drawing to production, posting on-line, and creating blogs.
Computer & Tech, Robotics
A high-speed fun, educational journey through computer science, coding, and game design.
Campers will build their own custom VEX competition robot using ROBOTIC language, solve a number of challenges, and run through obstacle courses. Team up and compete against fellow campers for bragging rights over having the best ‘bot. Campers should have knowledge of, and be comfortable with, coding.
Learn the process of game development by making your own game this summer! Skills can be applied to almost any other game engine, 2D or 3D.