Berkeley's in-house Summer Arts Institute boasts two tracks designed to fit the desires of all budding artists: the “Artists of Tomorrow" track and an "Intensives" track.
The Artists of Tomorrow (AOT) program is a weekly day camp for Pre-K through 8th grade students. A typical day starts at 9am and ends at 3pm. Each week will be centered around an exciting and different theme and will always end with a public showcase of the week’s work! There are three sub-divisions of AOT; see the descriptions below to find the age-appropriate and skills-appropriate track for you!
Our Intensives track allows students to focus on one specific artistic discipline, such as Pottery, Musical Theatre, and Band.
About the director:
Bryn Harvey’s fine arts career spans over 25 years, from student to teacher and administrator. She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Musical Theatre from Shenandoah Conservatory and is currently the Lower Division Theatre Director and Upper Division Musical Associate Director/Choreographer at Berkeley Preparatory School. Bryn served two years as the Activities Director for Summer Programs, including Performing Arts and English Second Language programs, at Wyoming Seminary College Preparatory School in Wilkes-Barre/Scranton, PA. Also, she was instrumental in the development of the multi-level tap program within Wyoming Seminary’s Dance and Fine Arts department and taught/choreographed for over 100 students from 15 different countries.
Please click on each camp below for a description.