The Gallery/Studio Program offers fun and challenging studio art courses. Be inspired and guided by professional teaching artists and create your own art with new and traditional materials. All levels of experience welcome!
Fall 2018 Courses
Painting: Color Lines
Saturdays, 1:30–3:30 pm
Explore the intersection of color theory and racial identities in art. With inspiration from Soul of a Nation: Art in the Age of Black Power, mix acrylics into a spectrum of hues and paint a portrait that is your own powerful cultural expression.
Textile Art: Weaving Memory
Sundays, 1:30–3:30 pm
Make textile art with needle and thread as you study ancient and contemporary versions of indigenous record-keeping devices of knotted cord and cloth in Cecilia Vicuña: Disappeared Quipu. Build community by working collaboratively to create artwork out of found textiles and other materials.
Fall 2018 Schedule
Saturday sessions: October 6–December 15 (no class November 24)
Sunday sessions: October 7–December 16 (no class November 25)
All classes are two hours long.
Members: $265; non-Members: $285
Members receive a discount on all courses. Email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 718.501.6326, for your required Membership promotional code.
Check out our work-study program! In exchange for a free course, work-study teens assist in a class, work with students on a one-to-one basis, prep supplies, and support a great learning environment. Apply by September 14.
Scholarships are available for all youth and teen classes. Completed applications may be submitted to the Museum in person or by mail. Applications must be received by September 14.
Parking is available for Gallery/Studio Program students and families. After the free 15-minute drop-off period, the hourly rate applies.
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