Digital Art Camp

Digital Art: Pursuing Innovation Xpressions & Explorative Learning (PIXEL) through non-fungible tokens, generative AI art, and emerging digital mediums

Quick Facts

  • Grade levels:  Students entering 9-12 grades
  • Dates:  See table below for dates.
  • Locations: Northwest and Trinity River Campuses
  • Cost: Free for high school students. (24 from Northwest Campus and 24 from Trinity River Campus)

*Tarrant County College District was awarded a Governor's Summer Merit Program grant for Summer 2024. The Governor's Summer Merit Program provides youth interested in a STEM field to enroll in a camp that focuses on science, technology, engineering, or math (STEM).

Camp Highlights

Our camp focuses on providing skills in topics such as:

  • Creating non-fungible tokens (NFTs)
  • Developing AI-generated art
  • Using virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) systems
  • Learning technical skills in various digital platforms and software

Students will build a portfolio of their work, which will serve as a valuable asset when pursuing academic and professional goals. Students will also visit Meow Wolf, a local immersive arts production company in Grapevine, Texas.

Camp Details

Campus Dates Days of the Week Time
Northwest June 17-27, 2024* Monday-Thursday 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
Trinity River June 3-13, 2024 Monday-Thursday 8 a.m.-5 p.m.

*Excluding June 19, 2024 due to the Juneteenth holiday school closure.


Fill out an online Governor's Summer Merit Program Application. 

Register & Pay for Classes

Register and pay online for upcoming classes through MyTCCTrack's Instant Enrollment.

For help, follow instructions for how to register Lifestyle and Community Learning classes.


Lifestyle and Community Learning

Updated March 25, 2024