High School Camp

StoryArk’s Summer ignite and unite Storytelling camp

Your art. Your voice. This summer.

StoryArk summer camps are a youth-led community that encourages creativity, sparks curiosity, explores the arts as a form of empowerment, and allows like-minded people to collaborate!

Join us for a 2-week Storytelling camp where high school creatives from across the state deep dive into the art of storytelling and connect with professional artists from around the world.

Expand your skills, collaborate with peers, and create original stories in your medium of choice, including podcasts, playwriting, creative writing, songwriting, and visual arts. 

The Details:

Location: Stillwater Area High School. 

5701 Stillwater Blvd, Oak Park Heights, MN 55082

Date: July 22nd – August 1st, 2024

Monday -Thursday | 10:30AM – 1:30PM

Transportation available (dependent on school district participation). Tuition is free to students from participating districts.

Register today to join us this summer!

Connect with peers and create together

Connect with peers from all over Minnesota and the United States, be inspired while imagining and producing original podcasts, films, poetry, prose, music and visual arts.

Create stories with some of the brightest in the biz

Writers, Actors, Filmmakers, and more. Rub elbows and create stories with those who tell stories for a living.

This summer in our 
StoryArk Unite! Ignite! Storytelling Camp:

 Join us to explore podcast, creative writing, and music!


Use podcast to build stories set within fictional worlds and to have candid discussions about topics you are passionate about

Creative Writing Intensive

Share a story important to you through poetry, novel, and short stories


Learn about lyric writing, genre, and style, and create a song with original lyrics, music, and beats!

Youth Voice

Empowered, Uplifted, Amplified

Students creative projects will be featured:
StoryArk Festival

An in-person, indoor/outdoor event on Wednesday, August 17 

The Boomsite

in the Boomsite newsletter, magazine and virtual gallery

StoryArk Network

Sharing stories world wide

Follow us on
Social Media

This activity is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through a grant from the Minnesota State Arts Board, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund.

The Fine Print

You have questions. wE have answers.

StoryArk expects all students and adult leaders to adhere to their current Code of Conduct. You may find our current policies and codes of conduct here. 

Please reach out at admin@storyark.org or 651-200-7360  with any questions or concerns.