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Computer Camp Expands Course Offerings to Include Graphic Arts

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For Immediate Release

Contact: Donna Pianka, iD Tech Camps
408.871.3734 or

Interested in Graphic Arts and Graphic Design?

With careers in technology and design reaching an all-time high, kids and teens (and specifically, girls) are searching for creative ways to learn more about these industries. The fashion industry is exploding with new talent from designers. Shows like MTV’s The Hills are exposing a whole new generation to fashion design, from computer-aided design to merchandising.

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the demand for graphic artists and graphic designers is “expected to grow 10 percent as demand continues to increase from advertisers, publishers, computer design firms and the entertainment market.”

Recognizing a need for an introductory-level course in Graphic Arts, iD Tech Camps has expanded their course offerings to include a Graphic Arts camp for kids and teens ages 10-17 at various prestigious university locations.

“With both artistic and technological elements, this digital arts camp is one of a kind,” states Pete Ingram-Cauchi, President and CEO of iD Tech Camps. “We’re recognizing a need based on feedback and trends and turning it into a camp where students will not only have fun, but leave with a design portfolio that they’ve built at camp that they can keep building upon for school, college, or even a future career in graphic arts.”

With one-on-one instruction averaging six students per staff, industry professionals will open whole new worlds to students interested in graphic arts and design.