Art Clinic for Teens & Tweens
MGMoA Teen/Tween Art Clinics are open to students ages 11 to 18. Students work with a seasoned artist/art educator focusing either on a specific technique and/or media for an intensive three-day art experience. This is a serious art class!
Going Beyond the Snapshot: Cell Phone Photography
Saturday, November 5, 1 to 4 pm.
Tuition is $35 ($5 discount for members. Scholarship available).
Utilizing shadows and an I-Phone, Theresa Bragg takes a self-portrait during a photo shoot in an old theater in Mangum, Oklahoma.
Move beyond selfies and party pics to take next-level photographs. If you don’t have a cell phone camera, don’t worry—any digital camera will do (please no film). This workshop introduces participants to techniques of photography, including composition, color, perspective, content, communication, and concept—plus it will be fun! Photographs will be taken indoors and outdoors—come prepared for an active day (appropriate shoes and clothes please). Items will be provided for your use, but feel free to bring your own. Feel free to think outside the box, items could include: action figures, stuffed animals, dolls, collectables, sports and other memorabilia, hot wheels, flowers, masks, costume jewelry (nothing precious please—museum cannot be held responsible for broken or lost items).
This is the second in a series of MGMoA Maker Workshops that are designed to reach tweens and teens (ages 11-18), as well as adventurous adults. The Maker Workshops series are also designed to be inter-generational fun, allowing families to experience new and exciting activities together.
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Members with a family membership receive $10 off the Teen Clinic and Creative Arts Camps, plus discounts on other classes and activities, free admission all year, and more!
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