AGH Youth Arts Collective
- Kids & Families
- Youth Programs
- Adult Programs
- School Programs
- Group Experiences
Do you love drawing, sketching, painting, printmaking, and everything under the umbrella term of “art”?
How about sharing your skills with and learning from other artists like yourself?
What about drop-in classes with little to no preparation beforehand?
If you said yes to any of these questions, read on!
Join Youth and Studio Coordinator Tyler Van Holst on Wednesday evenings bi-weekly to learn and create! Try out drawing if you’re a total beginner, or sharpen your art-making skills if you’re the pro! This is a pilot youth activation project, so there’s room to do exactly what you’d like to do, but each session will start with chatting about finding ways to stay creative at home with limited supplies, connecting with other artists on virtual platforms, and sharing your art with your communities. There are no pre-requisite skills or creative abilities required to participate in this program.
Gain a new connection to a creative community, foster brand new artistic skills, and enjoy nurturing, creative inspiration.
So join us! Enjoy connecting from the comfort of your own device, space, and simple arts supplies that you can find within your home already. Sessions will include skill-sharing and art-making with professional, guest artists that you love and want to connect to. Get excited to enjoy even more alignment with your creative expression!
Sessions will take place with all excitement via Zoom.
Do you have any accommodation requests to participate or would like to get more information about this project? Please email email@example.com.
Toklihili: The Young Indian Princess
Sophie Anderson (French 1823–1903)
oil on canvas, The Joey and Toby Tanenbaum Collection, 2002