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Metchosin International Summer School for the Arts


Metchosin International Summer School for the Arts

June 23 - July 6, 2018

9am-4pm daily

Pearson College
650 Pearson College Dr, Victoria, BC V9C 4H7

Online registration is now open!

Phone: 250-391-2415
E-Mail: missa@missa.ca
Website: www.missa.ca

The Metchosin International Summer School of the Arts has been providing high caliber specialized workshops for artists, teachers and serious adult students since 1984. MISSA has a reputation for hosting local, national and international instructors who engage with students in an intense multidisciplinary environment. MISSA welcomes students from around the world to participate in an artistic immersion for two weeks every summer. Let the magic begin!

Artists from near and far have come together each summer to the Pearson College campus to share in spirited creative exchange. The school is positioned on the sheltered shores of Pedder Bay and looks out to the Straits of Juan de Fuca and the Olympic Mountains beyond. The campus setting provides a stimulating natural environment for artistic development and exploration. It’s easy to understand why so many return year after year to be part of the ‘MISSA Magic’!

The Metchosin International Summer School of the Arts has a reputation of offering transformative learning experiences through instruction by a local, national and international faculty of practicing artists. Specialized courses are designed for professional artists, teachers and serious adult students. Participants have options to stay on or off campus. Course fees include daytime meals (lunch and two snacks) and supply fees are unique to each course. Breakfast and dinner are included in the accommodation cost. Courses run 9-4 pm each day. You can take one course or back to back courses. Plan your summer and enjoy the many offerings at MISSA!

Registration is now open for the 2018 season!

 

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