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Arts Council of Princeton


609-924-8777

The Arts Council of Princeton is a 37-year-old non-profit community arts organization whose mission is to nurture and support the visual, performing, and literary arts in the greater Princeton area.  Through its own programs and in partnership with other nonprofit organizations, artists, and arts educators, the Arts Council functions as a vital cultural center and seeks to enrich the cultural life of area residents of all ages and backgrounds.

iD Tech Camps Held in Princeton


888-709-TECH (8324)

iD Tech is the world leader in STEM education, with 20+ years of experience and 450,000 alumni. Programs for ages 7-17 are held in Princeton, and at 150+ prestigious campuses in the USA, Europe, and Asia, including NYU, Caltech, and Imperial College London.

Led by tech rockstar instructors, students build in-demand skills for futures in coding, game development, robotics, creative arts, and more. Guaranteed small class sizes ensure personalized learning for all skill levels.

Each weeklong session blends world-class instruction with fun camp activities, so students can have an unforgettable summer. In between lab sessions, they'll have plenty of time to explore campus, socialize with new friends, get active outdoors, or finesse their final project.

Lavner Camps at Stuart Country Day School



We are excited to offer Graphic Design Camp at Stuart Country Day School this summer! Campers work in groups to develop and design a brand for a business of their choice. Using Adobe® Photoshop®, Illustrator®, and InDesign®, campers learn to complement their creativity with the proper technical skills to produce designs to communicate messages and leave lasting visual impressions. Campers may choose any business, including (but not limited to): a gym, clothing store, restaurant, professional sports team, movie theater, video game design company, and more! Once the business is selected, campers then create designs for logos, business cards, posters, signs, brochures, t-shirts, and other items marketing their business. Campers also learn about the value of good project management, “soft” and “hard” deadlines, and the basic psychology of grabbing the attention and creating positive responses from consumers. Grades 5-8

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