MehtA+ AI in Visual Arts Camp

MehtA+ AI in Visual Arts Camp is held virtually, every summer for 5th-12th graders (ages 10-18) located anywhere in the world with a passion for art and who are curious about the applications of AI in art. Students are introduced to AI and participate in a mock art + AI startup pitch session with like-minded individuals under the guidance of alumni of prestigious universities.

Locations and Dates

Online: This 1-week summer project-based bootcamp will take place virtually (through Zoom) from July 31st, 2023 to August 4th, 2023.

Camp Description

MehtA+ AI in Visual Arts Camp will be taught by MIT and Stanford alumni who have worked on award-winning research in the arts and machine learning. Students will work closely in teams of 3-4 to prepare a pitch for a mock AI+art startup that they will present on the final day of the camp.

This one-week camp is focused on learning complex AI visual art theory and working with existing AI art tools. As such, students will not be expected to code in this camp. If you are looking for a mathematically and coding-intensive AI camp, please check out MehtA+ AI/Machine Learning Bootcamp.


Application here:

Deadline: Wednesday, July 19, 2023 at 11:59 pm CST, or whenever slots fill up!

Daily Schedule

Class will be held every day on the weekdays from 9am CST - 11am CST. Students will be divided based on grade.

Classes will consist of a combination of lectures that introduces students to the latest research in AI+arts as well as fun hands-on activities. Students are expected to spend a couple of hours outside camp to prepare a pitch for their mock AI+art startup.

Instructors will be available on Slack to answer questions that students have.


We will be covering the basics of artificial intelligence and machine learning. Students will be introduced to the latest models, tools and research for creating art using machine learning. Topics covered include, but not limited to using AI/machine learning/deep learning to recognize images, generate sketches, paintings, faces and facial expressions, poses, landscapes and animations.

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