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Emily Carr University's top priority is the health and safety of our students, staff and faculty. Teen Programs will be delivered exclusively through online learning platforms. We have implemented measures in alignment with advice from federal and provincial public health authorities, including the transition to online learning for the Summer term. We remain committed to offering meaningful art education to youth and teens despite the circumstances.
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Teen Art Group
Teens | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Whether you want to dance, draw, build, sing, design, or direct, finding the perfect performing and visual arts college or program can be a challenge. Whatever your interests are, there are programs out there designed specifically to accelerate your skills in those areas and try a new major. Find an arts-focused summer program that fits all of your needs. Performance arts summer programs for teens offer your high schooler the opportunity to get valuable experience in multiple aspects of the performing arts. Summer arts programs for teens offer another creative outlet for high schoolers while teaching valuable skills. Creativity is the underlying concept behind every human achievement. TeenLife student, parent and educator members are the first to learn of new developments in the world of experiential learning as well as receive special offers on programs and services that are essential for teen success.
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Create a poem inspired by The Obama Portraits and submit it for a chance to win prizes and have your work featured by the museum! Teen Audio Guide Experience the museum through sounds and stories produced by Chicago teens. Join us for experiences that inspire, complicate, and celebrate art over time. Teen Programs offers a full schedule of events, including workshops, live arts, and gatherings produced by and for teens.
TAG brings together students between ages twice a month from October to May. These after school sessions run from pm to pm and alternate between the Vancouver Art Gallery and Emily Carr University on the first and third Thursday of each month. Please note: Program activities for will take place primarily online, but may move to in-person delivery at ECU and Vancouver Art Gallery , pending appropriate approvals and only given availability of adequate space at the time. Due to the online nature of the program this year, students participating in TAG will be required to source their own supplies. It is recommended students also have access to a smartphone or tablet to document progress of their work and share with the class.
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