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 Logo reading "ARTSci Teen Studio".
Explore connections between art and science.

Join us for one Teen Studio or sign up for all of them!
  

Teen Studio is on break for the summer, and will return in October 2019. Check back soon for more information on dates and themes!


About Teen Studio 
 
Saturday programs designed just for teens!  

Each month, explore a new theme, see and touch museum objects, and make something to take home.

Select Saturdays, 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm. 
 
For ages 13-18.
Included with museum admission (free for members).

Advanced registration required. Space is limited.

Note: Teen Studio will be cancelled if there are fewer than 3 registrants.   




These programs are designed just for teens. 
Parents/guardians must sign a registration form allowing participation. Teens will be with an educator in the Creativity Lab and/or galleries. Adults may drop off teens or visit other parts of the museum during program time.



Past Teen Studios

 
Through The Lens (April 2019): Explore macro and micro views of the world. Create your own micro-inspired art.
Cyanotypes (March 2019):
Discover early photographic images. Make your own UV light-activated pictures.
Replicas (February 2019): Explore how and why replicas are made and used. Cast your own plaster replicas.
Faux Taxidermy (December 2018): Make animal specimens using art materials. Explore animal adaptations.
Paleoart (November 2018): Model and draw the prehistoric past. Learn how artists create views of ancient life.
Northern Forest (October 2018): See paintings of the forest floor. Collect natural objects. Create your own art!
Stories (April 2018): Explore how stories are told through pictures. Put together a visual story.
Butterflies (March 2018): Mount butterfly specimens and put together a faux butterfly collection!
Whales (February 2018): Get inspired by Rockwell Kent, illustrator of Moby Dick. Create your own whale art!
Fashion (December 2017): Design your own stencils to make one-of-a-kind fashion statements.
Dinos & Fossils (November 2017): Create your own fossil molds and casts.
Skulls (October 2017): Learn to identify animal skulls and practice scientific illustration techniques.
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