TeenStudio is an art program giving voice and artistic instruction to serious young artists in high school who want a head start in their art education and careers. Learn from some of the region’s most noted artists and art educators who will guide you in the creation of your own art and the expression of your own visions. Experience how the art world works by learning from the pros. TeenStudio consists of an exciting series of workshops in which students will receive focused instruction and tips from various professional artists, while they explore a variety of art media and techniques.
Dates: Saturday, December 3, 2016
Time: 10am - 2pm (Please bring a lunch!)
Fees: FREE or students (6th - 12th only)
In this hands-on workshop, teens will explore the illustration process, principles of psychology-inspired abstract design, and practical means of applying these designs to a utilitarian object – a skateboard!
Jojo Perea is a process-based artist whose intricately designed skatebords have been displayed in galleries throughout the Bay Area, including Mission College, Good Karma, Kaelid Gallery, SubZero, DDEF, and the Triton Museum of Art.
In 2016, TeenStudio Workshops are funded in part by the Sharks Foundation and the Michael and Alyce Parsons Foundation.
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