Summer Media Camps

We are pleased to introduce two new summer media camps. In addition to Filmmaking and Music Recording, we will be offering Game Design and Sports Communication Camps in 2017. We limit enrollment for each camp, and we encourage early registration. All summer media camps are held 9 a.m.-5 p.m. each day at the Webster Groves campus. Overnight accommodations may be available.


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June 12 - 16, 2017 (sold out)

Film is a powerful form of storytelling that captivates millions. This camp will expand your knowledge when you learn to plan, shoot and edit a short feature film.

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Music Recording

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June 19 - 23, 2017 (sold out)

Experience what it’s like to be a recording engineer. You will learn useful recording and music mixing skills while working with a local band and creating a compact disc.

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Game Design

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June 5 - 9, 2017 (sold out)

Do you love video games? Do you want to learn what it takes to be a video game designer? Our experienced team of game developers are offering high school-aged students an introduction to the fun and exciting field of game design and development.

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Sports Communication

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July 10 - 14, 2017 (canceled)

Do you love sports? You will get an introduction to the field of sports communication while learning skills such as play-by-play and color commentary, responding to a public relations crisis, strategizing on communications messages, and developing a podcast.

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Script Writing Contest IconScreenwriting Competition

The School of Communications at Webster University is also holding a High School Screenwriting Competition. The winning script will be used during Filmmaking Camp and produced as a film. The winning scriptwriter will receive an iPad mini, as well as the opportunity to attend the Filmmaking Camp at no charge. Entry deadline is Monday, April 10, 2017.

2017 Screenwriting Competition Winner and Runners Up

First Prize Winner - Andrew Kim, "The Audition"
Honorable Mention - Alixa Brobbey, "The Realest Girls"
Award of Merit - Amanda Nicklas, "A Promise Kept"
Award of Merit - Kushal Dhungana, "The Clown"

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