Using Atlanta landmarks as a guide to explore dystopian themes, let your imagination soar as you examine challenges facing impacted communities. Journey around the city and craft a storyline that asks "How would Atlanta look and feel in a dystopian future?", "What resources would be available to residents?", and "How would one survive in a city transformed?"
Margaret Mitchell House writing camps provide an opportunity for youth to discover the power and excitement of writing while honing their skills in a fun, interactive environment. With 10-15 participants per camp, each young author receives individual attention while learning how to create meaningful prose through a variety of techniques like stream-of-consciousness writing, games, journaling, free verse poetry, and other forms.
*Registration ends the Thursday prior to the camp start date. We do not perform Day-of-Camp registrations.*
**Campers must be within the age range for each camp at the time of the camp, without exception.**
For more information, please contact the Summer Camp Director at 404.814.4018 or [email protected]. After registering for camp online, you will receive confirmation, information, and registration and release forms via email. You must complete these additional forms before the first day of camp.
Fees include all writing supplies and field trip expenses.
$325 per week for Atlanta History Cent