Weekend Workshops

ProjectFUN Weekend Workshops and Studios take place on Saturdays during the school year.

Weekend Workshops and Studios offer students the opportunity to take some of our most popular Workshops, or to study a concentrated topic within art, game design and development, programming, engineering, or music and sound over a series of Saturdays during the school year. The K-4 Workshops will run in the same way we usually run our workshops, except we will ensure that we are using differentiated learning and each student will meet competencies at their own levels. The grade 5-12 workshops will run in a studio setting and are a perfect way for both new and returning students to continue learning, as well as complete prerequisites before attending more advanced Summer Workshops. This is a great program for students both new and returning! We have new programs available in our new registration system. Register Today!

E-mail academy@digipen.edu if you have any questions regarding our new system. Returning families should be able to use their existing accounts to log in. 


At times, certain classes will have prerequisites. Those courses will be marked with particular requirements such as a class that needs to be taken beforehand. At this time our studios and workshops include grades K-12 and will meet the needs of each student individually with no required prerequisites.

General Info

Location: DigiPen Institute of Technology
Duration: January 18, 2020 – April 4, 2020 (no class February 8, March 21)
Hours: Saturdays, 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
Tuition: $599


Grades 5-12

Due to the “studio” nature of many of these workshops, late adds will be accepted. Register soon as spots will fill!

For our online options please visit Online Workshops

Important Dates

Spring Studios Begin January 18, 2020. Register Today!

Workshop Policies

Registration deadline is 2 weeks before first day of the workshop. We do allow late registration but cannot guarantee that supplies will be ready. Students are asked to arrive early on first day.