Free Summer Art Classes at UCLA FORM Academy

Free Summer Art Classes at UCLA FORM Academy

The UCLA School of the Arts and Architecture has announced the second year of FORM Academy - a free multidisciplinary summer arts program for 25 high school students (entering 10th – entering 12th graders) in Los Angeles County. Selected participants will be introduced to a range of media including visual arts, film, video, sculpture and more…, as well as the opportunity to experience life on a university campus, including an overnight stay in the dorms, tours of campus museums and career guidance.

MoMA Open Art Space: A Free Drop-In Program for LGBTQ Teens and their Allies

MoMA Open Art Space: A Free Drop-In Program for LGBTQ Teens and their Allies

Open Art Space is a relaxed weekly drop-in program for LGBTQ high school students who are interested in thinking about, and creating, art in a relaxed and welcoming environment. Open Art Space is facilitated by two artists but is shaped largely by your interests.

THE WALLIS STUDENT ARTS REPORTERS

THE WALLIS STUDENT ARTS REPORTERS


The Wallis is pleased to offer an opportunity for youth ages 12-18 to become a Student Arts Reporter. This program is designed for students interested in the arts and journalism or critical writing. The Wallis is proud to partner with the Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle to help mentor students to view productions with a critical eye and write reviews for selected Wallis performances throughout the season.

Scholastic Art & Writing Awards

Scholastic Art & Writing Awards

et your sketchbooks, notepads, easels, and pens ready because it’s almost time to enter your masterpiece for the opportunity to receive recognition, exhibition, publication, and scholarships! With 29 categories of art and writing, there’s a place for whatever you create. From paintings to poetry, comic art to critical essay, the Scholastic Awards have many opportunities for you to share your vision and have your voice heard.

Carnegie Hall Neighborhood Concerts

Carnegie Hall Neighborhood Concerts

For the 41st season, Carnegie Hall and its partner institutions bring thrilling free concerts to neighborhoods in all five boroughs. Whether it’s a sizzling Latin band rocking the roof off a museum or one of the city’s finest chamber ensembles electrifying an audience in a historic library, these concerts showcase established main stage artists as well as exciting rising stars of jazz, pop, and world music. 

Open Art Space: A Free Drop-In Program for LGBTQ Teens and Their Allies

Open Art Space: A Free Drop-In Program for LGBTQ Teens and Their Allies

Open Art Space is a weekly drop-in program for LGBTQ high school students who are interested in thinking about and creating art in a relaxed and welcoming environment. Open Art Space is facilitated by two artists but is shaped largely by your interests.

Roundabout Theatre's THEATRICAL WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM

Roundabout Theatre's THEATRICAL WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM

Roundabout Theatre Company is partnering with the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees (I.A.T.S.E.), which represents many of the behind-the-scenes workers in theatre and film, to deliver a new, three-year training program. Participants will work hands-on in multiple disciplines of technical theatre, training with some of the industry’s top professionals.

Carnegie Hall's Weill Institute Program Brochure

Carnegie Hall's Weill Institute Program Brochure

Carnegie Hall's Weill Music Institute produces an extraordinary range of music education and community programs each season that extend far outside the physical walls of the concert halls.