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Teen Open Studio
Teen Open Studio is a free program that gives teens in grades 6 through 12 the opportunity to create, learn, and work alongside local working artists. Teens can learn new techniques, explore new media, take on new themes, and hear about careers in the arts from a new artist every session.
All materials provided for in-person sessions, pre-registration required. Information about upcoming sessions coming soon.
Share, engage, and learn at the Tampa Museum of Art with programs created for teens by teens. From exhibitions to film festivals and gallery programs, the Youth Council and the Museum have plenty to offer.
The Youth Council is made up of Hillsborough County high school students dedicated to creating programs for their peers at the Museum and promoting youth engagement in the arts.
Summer Art Camp
The Tampa Museum of Art offers smaller and safer all-day or half-day art camps where campers can create, learn, and play in our socially-distanced classroom, in the galleries, and in the Curtis Hixon playground. Camps have different themes based on the Museum’s permanent collection of antiquities, modern & contemporary art, and exhibitions on view in our galleries. Camps offered for students ages 6-17.
Registration for Museum Members opens February 19, Not-Yet Members can register starting March 5.