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Teens ages 13-16
Saturday, July 11
10 am-4 pm
Free with pre-registration.
All materials are provided for this workshop.
Instructor: Danielle Scicluna

No experience is required for this exciting new teen workshop – students in this one-day workshop will learn about installation artists and traditions from the past to the present, before working together to create an installation in the Education Gallery at the Michener. Installation art is site-specific 3D art that transforms the space. The student-created installation will be on display for the week following. Students will also visit the Museum galleries to view installation art in the Rising Tides: Contemporary Art and the Ecology of Water exhibition.

Informal, informative, and inspiring hands-on art classes with changing themes provide a unique focus for adult learners of all ages and abilities to engage in Museum-based art education and creative exploration. Permanent collections balanced with special exhibitions provide ongoing opportunities for looking at and learning about a variety of art forms. Opportunities for individualized instruction, observation, practice, experimentation, and the development of a personal style are at the core of all of our adult art classes. Instructional projects vary throughout the year; adults who participated in our art classes continue to bring new insights and find new challenges in this series of programs.

Faculty member Danielle Scicluna earned a Bachelor of Science in Art Education from Tyler School of Art and is currently working towards her Masters in Curriculum Program Design through the University of the Arts. She was a Teaching Artist with Philadelphia Arts in Education Partnership and a K-8 Art Teacher through the School District of Philadelphia. She taught summer art classes at George School, and ran Digital Arts workshops through the Central Bucks Community School. Danielle is currently teaching high school and middle school arts in the Central Bucks School District. When she is not in the classroom, she is a freelance graphic designer and multidisciplinary artist. Danielle is passionate about bringing awareness to global issues through the artmaking process, working in a rescue with animals, and utilizing the power of visual arts to fundraise for animal rescue groups.

Teen Workshops are generously sponsored by the Leff Family Foundation.