AI in Visual Arts Camp

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Sure, you may have heard about Leonardo da Vinci, Pablo Picasso, Annie Leibovitz, Steven Spielberg. But, have you heard about DALL-E 2?

Explore the application of AI to various visual art fields such as drawing, painting, fashion, sculpture, film, in this virtual live spring break camp for 5th – 12th graders, under the tutelage of MIT & Stanford engineers. Students will be learning how various AI models and concepts – Convolutional Neural Networks, Variational Autoencoders, Generative Adversarial Networks, Recurrent Neural Networks, Transformers and Dimensional Reduction – work in the context of visual art domain.

Students will join the AI art revolution by creating and curating their own AI + Art Galleries. Towards the end of the camp, students will also be participating in the 100K MehtA+ Money Startup Pitch Competition where they will work in groups of 3-4 to pitch startup ideas related to AI + Visual Arts.  Students who successfully complete the camp will receive a certificate.  

No prior experience is required. See past projects of this camp here.

FAQ

Interested students from Grades 5-12 from anywhere around the world are eligible to attend the camp. For group projects, students will be divided based on age group.

There are 2 sessions of the camp being offered during Spring 2024. After purchasing the camp, students will be able to select if they will be attending Session I or Session II. Other than the timings, there is no difference between the two camp sessions. 

Live virtual classes for Session I takes place:

Saturday, March 23; 10 am – 11 am CST

Saturday, March 30; 10 am – 12 pm CST

Saturday, April 6; 10 am – 12 pm CST

Live virtual classes for Session II takes place:

Saturday, April 13; 10 am – 11 am CST

Saturday, April 20; 10 am – 12 pm CST

Saturday, April 27; 10 am – 12 pm CST

The deadline to register for Session I is Wednesday, March 20 at 11:59 pm CST.

The deadline to register for Session II is Wednesday, April 10 at 11:59 pm CST.

During camp, students will be learning a variety of visual art related AI topics. Students will be creating their own AI + Art Visual Art Galleries. On the last day of camp, students will be presenting their AI+Visual Arts startup pitches to judges.

There are no prerequisites, just a willingness to learn. It is a no-code camp, and is designed for students to get exposure to AI from a visual arts angle.

Of course! You can see past projects here.

If you are located outside US, please email info@mehtaplustutoring.com and we will send you some payment options.

MehtA+

When you attend a MehtA+ camp, mentorship does not end only after camp. Our staff offers college and career advice and company referrals well after the bootcamp. Post the bootcamp, you will be invited to be a part of the international MehtA+ alumni network composed of students from our previous bootcamps. Many of our alumni have attended some of the world’s best universities, including MIT, HarvardCarnegie Mellon and University of Toronto

MehtA+ alumni are invited for teaching and mentorship opportunities with us. These opportunities give students another chance to engage with the material that they have learned through our bootcamps and create their own curriculum under the guidance of MehtA+ instructors. We also invite our alumni to be MehtA+ teaching assistants and tutors.

Testimonials

 

The MehtA+ AI in Visual Arts camp was a fantasitc experience. We learned about many concepts in AI that were new to me. The teachers had great knowledge of the concepts and explained them in a simple manner. Throughout the camp, I learned about many cool tools that I had never used before. I enjoyed the opportunity to collaborate with my peers to make an AI design. I also developed many presentation skills. My teacher was very helpful and answered all of our questions. Overall, the camp was a valuable experience that introduced me to machine learning and its practical applications. I would highly recommend this course to anyone interested in AI.

The AI in Visual Arts camp offered a very fun and comprehensive curriculum. Ms. Haripriya herself was an awesome teacher, great at explaining challenging material and engaging students, and very patient and encouraging.

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