The School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC) is pleased to announce over 50 art and design courses for students from around the world this summer! Artists, both emerging and established, are invited to join SAIC faculty and other thinkers and doers for an exciting and immersive art experience in SAIC’s non-credit space adult education Program. Courses are available in a variety of studio and manufacturing areas—from fashion design to painting to creative writing—as well as competency-based professional development courses in interior design, digital design programs like Adobe Photoshop and InDesign, color theory, and more.

On-campus and online courses are offered in multi-week summer sessions and one-week intensive courses starting in May, June, July and August.

The course offer includes:

SAIC also offers Non-Credit Certificates designed to accommodate students with diverse interests and backgrounds. The programs last about a year and include one to two courses per semester. Courses are offered throughout the year in a variety of formats, including in-semester options, intensive courses, and online and on-campus offerings.

Certificates are offered in the following areas: drawing, fashion, graphic design, interior design and painting.

SAIC also offers art and design courses, programs and camps for children, middle school and high school students.

Further information and registration can be found at

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