Colorful curled metallic strips make up an artwork
 Colorful examples of 2D and 3D papercraft, including boxes and bookbinding
A shimmering multicolored pot
 A variety of watercolor paintings and sketches displayed on a board

Announcing 2020 CraftSummer Workshops!

Take a sneak peek at our 2020 classes! Registration opens soon.

  • Exciting one and two-day offerings
  • Reduced fees for graduate credit
  • Classes can be taken for credit, CEUs or just for fun

New this year…Workshops for Musicians!

  • Pan Jam! Steel Band Workshop for Beginners
  • “Jam -Scat -Move and Groove with your Mind-Body and Spirit”
  • Uke, Flow, and Rock 'n' Roll

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Scarves to Dye For, 2019

Carve Clay!, 2019

Mosaic: The Basics, 2019

Batik and All Its Wonder, 2019

Colored Pencil Jewelry: Explorations in Nature, 2019

Nurture Your Inner Artist

Clay-covered hands circle a pottery project as it is turned on the wheel

"My week at CraftSummer changed my life"

"This class has improved my teaching more than almost anything else I've ever done"

My time at CraftSummer re-ignites my creative juices. I come every year!"

Comments like these are some of the most common we receive regarding participants time in our workshops. Whether you are looking for new ideas or techniques for your classroom, or refine your skills in your artistic passion, or to finally treat yourself to the long promised new experience, CraftSummer offers a truly unique opportunity to nurture your inner artist with a blend of hands-on guided instruction and time for personal exploration.

Classes can be taken for credit or just for fun. With one day, weekend, and weeklong classes there is something for everyone at CraftSummer.

Art Center

Tools and materials used in a CraftSummer workshop

Home of CraftSummer

The Art Center in Phillips Hall houses studios for ceramics, metalsmithing, glass, drawing, and digital photography. These studios serve our Sprint course offerings and the CraftSummer workshops.