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Creative Immersion institute – Washington University Pre-College Programs in Arts & Sciences

Creative Immersion institute

Academic Scholarships available Gifted student

Washington University Pre-College Programs in Arts & Sciences

Date/Time: Jun 19, 2022 - Jul 2, 2022    
Ages: 16-18
Cost: $2,585.00
Registration deadline: Apr 1, 2022

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In this institute, you will not only develop your storytelling and creative writing skills; you will also experience the impact of a university community on your writing. As you experiment in a number of creative writing genres (photo essays, poetry, memoir, scripts), you’ll share your projects with other students—and reflect on their projects. Morning workshop will be a place where we experiment with writing prompts and experience the power of workshop, as we share our projects. Afternoon workshop will be a place for us to engage with writers from across the Washington University campus. For instance: performing arts faculty might share an exercise in gesture & body language that inspires a line in your poetry. Environmental studies faculty will share perspectives that shape your fictional descriptions of place. Campus librarians will inspire your understanding of history and memoir as we learn from campus archives. Above all, you will experience creative writing at Washington University—and transform your writing as you explore these new perspectives.

High School Summer Institutes allow students to discover a new passion, or dive deeper into an existing one, through a noncredit, interdisciplinary environment. Each institute has a specific theme or focus and includes traditional undergraduate classroom activities like lectures, discussions, small group collaboration and final projects. Students interact with WashU instructors from across a variety of disciplines and examine the connections between these different fields of study and research. These programs are ideal for students who want to experience undergraduate curriculum without the pressure of a grade and network with a variety of departments and instructors.

In addition to course work, High School Summer Institute students participate in specialized college readiness, community building, and academic support activities.



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