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"Immerse yourself in music this summer on the beautiful UMaine campus!"

    "Maine Summer Youth Music campers have the unique opportunity to participate in either Symphonic Band, Concert Band, Chorus, or Strings Ensemble. Additional ensembles will include Jazz Bands, Combo and Musical Theatre. Campers may also participate in jazz improvisation, small ensembles, chamber groups, music classes and master classes. Recreational activities are planned for midweek of camp, as well as other organized events, including concerts by faculty and students. A limited number of scholarships are available to qualifying applicants."

Senior Camp

Saturday, July 16 – Sunday, July 24, 2016 • Grades 8*-12
Commuter $400- Resident $840


16 Common Street, Waterville, ME

"Common Street Arts' mission is to enhance the creative, artistic and economic vitality of the Waterville community through outstanding arts education and exhibitions." 

 Life Drawing Every Wednesday 6:30pm-9pm
             Life Drawing Open Studio
"We meet every Wednesday from 6:30pm to 9pm in the CSA Gallery. Drop-in for $15/session or purchase a 5-session card for just $50.00 ($10.00 / session.

    Serious artists and beginners alike are welcome.

No instruction in given, just an opportunity to improve your life drawing skills by drawing from a live model with fellow students/artists."


Art - Residential Pre-College Program 


"The first step to creative freedom. The residential Pre-College program provides high school students with the skills to embark on a rigorous study of the arts.

This program is open to students who have completed their sophomore, junior or senior year of high school. Students customize their individual Pre-College program by choosing two majors from the following media: Illustration, Photography, Music, Textile & Fashion Design, Jewelry & Metalsmithing, Ceramics, Printmaking and Painting.".


"For over 75 years we’ve been receiving letters from parents, campers, and alumni, telling us that a summer at NEMC has changed their lives. Campers and parents describe an increased sense of self-identity, self-worth, self-esteem, leadership, and self-respect. We are proud of our unique program and our ability to provide a safe and supportive environment where campers are nurtured and given the opportunity to explore and express themselves."


  • "Daily one on one coaching and instruction from a professional music faculty. 
  • Balanced emphasis on musical growth and personal/social growth. 
  • Campers create individualized program of morning classes and afternoon recreational activities. 
  • Nurturing and supportive environment attended by students from all over the United States and Internationally. 
  • All major ensembles perform weekly in one of the largest outdoor performing venues in the United States."


Lakewood Theatre Camp

Teen Tech and Tour! 


76 Theatre Road, Madison, ME 04950 • (207) 474-7176

For teens ages 13 and up 
Midge Merrill-Pomelow, Artistic Director


Theatre at Monmouth

    "Internships at the Theater at Monmouth are best suited to early career professionals who demonstrate interest in a specific area of theatre, are self-motivated, mature, and eager to gain first-hand experience in a professional setting. We match interns’ desires with theatre needs, so, while we look for interns in costumes, props, sound, electrics, box office, arts admin, and acting, we can also combine internships to support areas of interest.

Acting Intern: Acting internships are for experienced acting students seeking opportunities to perform, strengthen their craft, and acquire new skills in an environment that believes in supporting artists as they build professional careers. EMC credit available. Submission of headshot/resume and audition required.

Arts Admin Intern: The Arts Admin intern will assist in all aspects of marketing and development; communicating to the media, vendors, and the general public about productions, programs, and special events. Excellent writing and research skills and competency in MS Office software are a must. Desktop publishing, graphic design, and video production experience a plus.

    Costume/Wardrobe Intern: Costume/Wardrobe internships are for students interested in costume shop management and construction. Intern will assist the costume shop manager with shopping, stitching, cutting/draping, and fittings for all productions. Basic sewing skills are required for all candidates.

    Lighting/Sound Intern: Lighting/Sound interns receive hands-on experience working with technicians and designers. The intern will assist with load-ins, hang/focus, cueing and tech, recording and sourcing, maintenance of equipment, and running shows. From paperwork to rental orders to special effects, this intern will be immersed in all aspects of lights and sound. Candidates should have basic knowledge of theatre lighting and sound equipment.

    Scene Painting/Props Intern: Scenic Painting/Props internships are for students with a fine arts background and an interested in props construction or set design/painting. Intern will support scene shop in painting and construction as well as assisting props master with shopping, construction, and craftwork as needed. Basic fabrication and paint skills required for all candidates.

Stage Management Intern: Stage Management interns assist in the rehearsal process and increase their knowledge of all administrative details associated with an Equity production including paperwork, blocking notes and running a show backstage. Intern will also be provided opportunities to stage manage Family Show and special events."