Where will the classes be held?
In-person Summer Art Camp Classes will be held Monday - Friday on campus in MICAs Fox Building and at The Ward Center for the Arts at The St. Paul’s Schools in Brooklandville, MD.
Click here to view MICAs campus Map. Fox Building is #11.
Click here to view The St. Paul’s Schools campus Map.
When will registration open?
Summer Art Camp registrations will open in early February. Visit openstudies.mica.edu/youth-classes to learn more and register.
You can also check out mica.edu/artcamp for a high-level overview of session dates, costs, and times.
What is a session?
A session consists of two-weeks (9 to 10 days) of half-day class options, or or one full week (5 days) of all-day classes, held Monday - Friday.
What are the dates?
To view the session dates, please visit mica.edu/artcamp.
Are care options available?
Families can register for before or after care for students in grades K-8 at an additional cost, each session.
I’m interested in taking a class in person. What are the COVID-related guidelines?
We’re excited to welcome you back to campus. We are in Operational Mode 5 to ensure everyone has a safe and enjoyable educational experience with MICA. See Operational Mode 5 webpage for more information; this info will also be included in the Getting Started Guide with your registration confirmation email.
How will I access the software needed for class?
Once enrolled, you will receive a MICA email with a link to your Getting Started Guide. Please check the email that you used to register for the class.
To note: The email you receive once you are enrolled will also include instructions to create your MICA credentials as well as login instructions to access tools and software necessary for your class such as: Canvas, Adobe Creative Suite, Zoom, and Google Drive.
I’m enrolled in an in person class. What should I bring? Are materials included?
We recommend that students wear a smock or clothes that can get messy! Art materials will be provided for in person learning. Students should also bring a personal water bottle, wear a mask and bring an extra mask with a zip lock bag.
Will financial assistance or payment plans be available for courses?
Payment plans are available for all courses. If you are interested in setting up a payment plan, contact the Office of Open Studies for more information: firstname.lastname@example.org or 410-225-2219.
If you are interested in being considered for a financial need scholarship to attend, visit https://new.mica.edu/ypsscholarship
What is your refund policy?
You may request a full refund before the start of the second class, if you are not satisfied with the course offering. Submit a written request to email@example.com including your full name and course information.
Inclement Weather Policy
In the event that the MICA campus or The St. Paul’s Schools’ Campus is closed due to inclement weather, please note refunds will not be issued for any weather related closures, including but not limited to snow, storms, and power outages.