Teen Programs

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Students working with Studio Lenca at ARTscope

Students working with Studio Lenca. Photo: Jessica Dalene

Grades 9 -12

ARTscope

ARTscope is a new teen program focusing on the visual arts as a resource for community, skill building, and creativity. Participants will learn from working artists, about career paths in the arts, and about program development. Selected participants are required to meet once a week on Mondays after school for two hours and will be paid a stipend of $20 per hour. Please note the application is a fillable PDF and you should type your answers.

Download Application

Applications will be accepted and reviewed on a rolling basis until March 6, 2024. 

All completed applications must be emailed to Casey Meyer, meyerc@parrrishart.org

 

Pizza and a drawing

Arts & Eats: Text to Art, Attendees wrote instructions for an artwork, then traded with each other and interpreted the instructions visually.

Arts&Eats

High school students in Grades 9-12 are invited to spend a Friday afternoon at the Museum connecting with art and friends  Create your own pieces inspired by the art and exhibitions on view at the Museum and enjoy free pizza. FREE. Registration Required.

March 15

April 19

May 17

The Parrish Art Museum’s educational programming is supported, in part, by the Institute of Museum and Library Services; Milford D. and Janice B. Gerton/Arts and Letters Foundation; Bobbie Braun/The Neuwirth Foundation; The Long Island Community Foundation; Dime Community Bank; The John J. McDonnell Margaret T. O’Brien Foundation; The Romenesa Foundation; May and Samuel Rudin Family Foundation; donors who wish to remain anonymous; and the property taxpayers from the Southampton School District and Tuckahoe Common School District. Additional support for education initiatives is provided by the Museum’s annual Spring Fling and Midsummer Party benefit events.
The Parrish Art Museum’s programs are made possible, in part, by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Kathy Hochul and the New York State Legislature. Public Funding provided by Suffolk County.