Discover a variety of classes taught by accomplished local artists who are excited to share their expertise with young people. Classes usually meet for four consecutive weeks and class themes and techniques vary widely, from portraiture to jewelry making.
Teen Collective, for students in grades 8-12, challenges young artists to develop strong and original visual expression. Twelve students in each semester-long session delve into intensive visual art practices, create two portfolio pieces, and produce a student-installed exhibition. The work is professionally published, furnishing students with a resource for college entrance and scholarship applications. Open Studio events are included for Teen Collective students.
Teens 16+ are welcome to Open Studio, where they will find materials and a thematic set-up to guide them during this unfacilitated, unstructured time in an Education Pavilion studio. No registration is required.
Lux’s popular Art Camp develops young artists, grades K-11, as they explore, make, and exhibit art in a museum setting. Each unique week of project-based camp gives young people the chance to “meet” contemporary artists in order to develop their own visual style. The Summer Art Camp culminates in a professionally installed exhibition in the Artist Pavilion.