Summer 2014 Weekly Teen Intensives
Looking for a weekly studio art intensive for teens ages 12-14 and 15-18? The MFA has just what you're looking for. The classes are taught by experienced educators who are also professional artists. Students are invited to question, explore, experiment, and solve problems as they create and interact with art. The Museum’s collections provide an unparalleled opportunity to study the processes of artists past and present from a variety of cultural perspectives. The Summer Teen Studio Intensives are four- and five-day intensives in drawing, painting, printmaking, sculpture, photography, fashion drawing and more. Each morning and afternoon course focuses on a specific art medium. Students may register for multiple weeks and both morning and afternoon sessions.
Need something for your child to do from 12pm and 1pm between their morning and afternoon classes? If your child is enrolled in an art class, register for our supervised lunches. Studio Art Faculty will eat with and entertain your child during the hour. Children must bring their own lunches.
Supervised Late Pickup
Want your child to stay a little later at the end of the day? Extend your child's day until 4:45 with our supervised late pickup.
Please note: All children 14 and under must be accompanied by an adult 18 or older while in the Museum.
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Summer 2014 Children's Classes
Looking for a class for your child aged 5-11 this summer? Check out our Summer 2014 Children's Weekly Journeys Through Art
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