TEEN STUDIO ART SESSIONS
NOW THROUGH APRIL 20*
1:00 – 3:00 PM
This program is designed to help students develop portfolio-ready artwork. The structure of the class is that of a guided open studio where students can bring artwork and projects to work on under the supervision of an experienced teaching artist. For students interested in learning new skills, techniques or to explore other mediums, teaching artists will begin the first class of the month with a demonstration – such as printmaking, color mixing, building 3D structures, photography and more – which students will have the opportunity to explore and elaborate on in their own practice. This individualized experience places emphasis on technique, concept development, and maintaining a polished sketchbook and portfolio.
The teaching artist will provide individual instruction for optimal portfolio and audition preparedness if needed.
Artist-grade art materials are included with the cost of the class, but we can also provide a shopping list for those that want to keep their own materials.
$30 per class for museum members (Family/Dual & above)
$35 per class for not-yet-members
Sign up for a bundle of 4 and save 10% (bundles are sold via phone or in person, please call to register)
786-477-6003 or email [email protected] with any questions
*No class on March 30 due to Spring Break
→Teen Studio Art Sessions
→Saturday, March 2
Teen Studio Art Events - March 2
→Saturday, March 9
Teen Studio Art Events - March 9
→Saturday, March 16
Teen Studio Art Events - March 16
→Saturday, April 6
Teen Studio Art Events - April 6
→Saturday, April 13
Teen Studio Art Events - April 13
→Saturday, April 20
Teen Studio Art Events - April 20
MUSEUM PROGRAM POLICY
Due to COVID-19 safety protocols, The Bass will be flexible with refunds for classes that students/families are unable to attend due to illness or suspected exposure. Please reach out to us for requests or questions. The Bass reserves the right to substitute instructors without notice. The museum is not responsible for any artwork or personal items lost, stolen or left in the classrooms. All Bass programs are organized for educational purposes and offers programs and activities to everyone without regard to race, religion, national origin or sexual preference. All Bass programs follow the Miami-Dade County School District’s schedule for inclement weather. Students and parents must respect the rights of other students and staff or they will be asked to leave the class and forfeit class fees.