Architecture and Interior Design, Week 2*
9 a.m.–5 p.m., $750 day camp/$850 residential
With the skills you learned in the previous camp, you’ll design a high rise building, complete with floor plans, elevations, and sections – and you’ll create a detailed model to illustrate your ideas. You’ll also sketch and design your own piece of furniture. Once again, you will present your design to your instructor, fellow campers, and outside jurors. You’ll also take a field trip to LTU’s Affleck House, designed by the great architect Frank Lloyd Wright, to learn about its history and unique design. Participation in Architecture and Interior Design Camp, Week 1, July 17–21, is required to attend this camp.
Max. number of students: unlimited
 
Business and Entrepreneurship
9 a.m.–5 p.m., $750 day camp/$850 residential
Want to explore the world of business and entrepreneurship? In this camp, you’ll work in teams to develop a business plan, and at the end of the week, you’ll present your plan to a “Shark Tank” panel of mock investors. In this hands-on experience, you’ll learn about management and marketing, high finance and investment, information technology and cyber security, leadership and strategy, operations, global issues, sustainability, and ethics.
Max. number of students: 20
 
Game Art, Week 2*
9 a.m.–5 p.m., $750 day camp/$850 residential
Building on the skills you learned in Game Art Camp, Week 1, you will develop a polished game/level, just like in the real world. You’ll assume the roles of designer, programmer, and artist and find out where your talents lie. You’ll also meet professional video game designers. Participation in Game Art Camp, Week 1, July 17–21, is not required to attend this camp, but it is highly recommended.
Max. number of students: 25
 
Imaging and Graphic Design*
9 a.m.–5 p.m., $750 day camp/$850 residential
Develop your artistic skills as a graphic designer. With the guidance of field-seasoned professionals, you’ll learn to navigate the challenges of visual communication while creating artwork for computer games, cartoons, and advertising. Sketching, photography, computer-based graphics, and animation will be featured.
Max. number of students: 18
 
Industrial Design, Week 2*
9 a.m.–5 p.m., $750 day camp/$850 residential
In the second week of the Industrial Design Camp, you’ll refine the design you created in your first week into a 3D CAD model, which, if ready, can be printed on a 3D printer. You’ll also develop an illustration board or slides for your final presentation, just like the professionals in the field do. Participation in Industrial Design Camp, Week 1, July 17–21, is required to attend this camp.
Max. number of students: unlimited
 
Transportation Design, Week 2*
9 a.m.–5 p.m., $750 day camp/$850 residential
In the second week of the Transportation Design Camp, you’ll work with clay to create a physical model of the vehicle you designed in the first week of camp. During the process, you’ll become familiar with the tools and techniques used by professional designers. You’ll also be exposed to digital media. Participation in Transportation Design Camp, Week 1, July 17–21, is not required to attend this camp, but it is highly recommended.
Max. number of students: unlimited