Creativity Camp 2020


Video Highlights from Creativity Camp 2.0

Video Highlights from Creativity Camp 1.0

Fun Camp Experience

Creativity Labs presents a fun way to kick up your creativity this summer. Spend the morning learning all about the creative process in our own professional creativity studio. Then in the afternoon, apply your learning to a creative team project. Along the way, get top notch coaching and mentoring on how to turn your imagination into reality.


writers, techies, musicians, designers, performers, visual artists, photographers, videographers, anything-elsers, the kind of people who might someday want to work at a creative agency.


  • Unlock your creative passion
  • Discover what makes you unique
  • Find your groove in the creative process
  • Collaborate with other creatives
  • Find out what blocks you and how to get back into flow

This Year’s Theme… Mic’d Up: A Live Radio Show

Taking inspiration from the old time radio shows of the last century, this year we are performing a radio show in front of a live studio audience. We are offering two camps to serve even more campers and really crank up the creativity around here.

Creativity Camp 2.0: June 15–19, 2020

This camp is best for campers who have attended Creativity Camp before and are aged 14–20. This camp will be the more advanced of the two and will assume you have a basic understanding of the creative process. Expect to push the limits of what you can do. Come ready for a challenge. Space is limited to 16 campers. 

Creativity Camp 1.0: June 29–July 3, 2020

This camp is best for ages 11–14, either first-time campers or those who have only attended camp for one or two years. During the week, campers will learn about the creative process and practice engaging and exercising their creativity through hands-on experiences. If you are 14 and you have never been to camp before, then this one is for you. If you are 14 and have attended camp before, then you may want to consider the more challenging Creativity Camp 2.0 (see above). Space is limited to 16 campers. 

Signing Up and The Waiting List

In recent years we have had a waiting list, so we encourage campers to sign up early to reserve your spot. If you don’t get your first choice, and you are in the 13–15 year old range, you may be given the option to switch to another camp if your first choice camp is full.


kenKen KinardFounder, Accent Interactive
jenniferJennifer KinardWriter, Accent Interactive
Chris ValottaChris ValottaCreative, Accent Interactive
Oliver LehmanOliver LehmanCreative, Accent Interactive


Monday–Friday: 9 am to 5 pm (bring your own lunch). Friday dinner is provided for students: 5–7 pm. Friday show for parents and friends: 7 pm.


1506 Worthington Heights Pkwy Hunt Valley, MD 21030 map 410-771-1718

“Creativity Camp helped me grow as a person, learn about what goes on during the process of creativity, and will highly benefit me during future projects.”
Rachel B

“Creativity Camp was super fun. My favorite parts were the QuickFire Challenges and the way the team worked together to finish our project by Friday.”

Happy Camper from Creativity Camp 2014

“Collaboration generates amazing energy. Entering into the creative process together brings wonder and surprise every time.”

Accent Interactive

“I’m a writer and mostly work alone. Creativity Labs feed my relational, playful sides. And each of the labs I’ve participated in has given me a tool—sometimes just a word or image—to get me past that nasty place called Stuck.”

“Working through the challenges at Creativity Labs has paid off for me as a photographer. This experience has changed the way I look through my lens. I’m seeing light, shape, line and texture in a whole new way.”

  • lunch
  • laptop and/or iPad
  • curiosity
  • playful spirit
Creativity is a skill. You get better by practicing it. Together we challenge each other to be our best.
Creativity Camp is more about the process than the product. You will put tools in your toolbox that will carry you through your entire career.
If it’s not fun, you’re not doing it right. Kids are naturally creative. Stay playful and see what happens.
The hallmark of the creative person is mental flexibility. This is where you learn it.
You can’t find good solutions unless you ask the right questions. Learn how to keep the conversation going and explore the possibilities.
Steve Jobs once said, “Real artists ship.” The creative life is not for pie-in-the-sky idealists, it’s for people who actually deliver.



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