YAK stands for Young Artist Kollective and is a program for teen artists with studio space and materials to create their art, professional guidance, and worldwide opportunities, all for free.
Girlstories is for females who are 12-15 who want to be individuals, leaders, and empower people through the arts. This class teaches young girls how to express their own unique perspective.
There are also internships opportunities for teens, and the ability to earn class credit by working at the museum.
Art Colony- There are three Art Colony Sessions, winter, spring and summer. These are daycamp setting for kids age 6-15 who are then immersed in the arts all day long.
Private Lessons are available for individuals and small groups age 5-15. These classes are taught by licensed professional artists. The class length is at the discretion of the parent, student and teacher but can be to learn a new skill over several weeks, or one time guidance on a portfolio project, or refining a skill they are trying to master.
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