Teens

Teen Night: After Dark

Hey, teens! After closing to the public for the day, LACMA opens up its galleries for you and your friends during After Dark. Enjoy a night at the museum during LACMA's annual teen-only bash. Dance under the stars to local bands, explore the art in specially selected exhibits, participate in special activities like photobooths and art-making. 

After Dark: Teen Night | February 13, 2016


Teen Art Classes

Classes are designed just for teens and present a wide variety of ways to approach art. Students focus on a variety of techniques and develop their own personal style. Unless otherwise specified, the age requirement for teen classes is ages 13 through 17.

Silkscreen | $ | Starts September 17

Summer Art Program for Teens
Art-School Ready: Build Your Art Portfolio for Teen| Sold Out
Drawing from Nature | $ | Sold Out
"En Plein Air" Watercolors | $ |  Sold Out

 


High School Internship Program 

The High School Internship program offers a small group of students from LA-area public schools an opportunity to be introduced to the museum and its exhibitions and staff, take part in special projects, and visit with exhibiting artists. Through training sessions, participants gain knowledge about exhibition and gallery teaching techniques and work on public-speaking skills. At the conclusion of their training, interns lead exhibition tours for younger students and peers.

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The High School Internship Program is supported by Sony Pictures Entertainment and the Winnick Family Foundation.

Teen Library Workshops

Join us for free teen workshops, led by teaching artists from LACMA. Held at the following community venues and libraries: Los Angeles Public Libraries, Van Nuys; County of Los Angeles Public Library, Compton; and Lueders Park Community Center. 

Ask the Young Adult Librarian to confirm the dates and times of workshops or call 323-932-5812. 

Art Programs with the Community: LACMA On-Site is made possible through the Anna H. Bing Children's Art Endowment Fund. Additional support is provided by the City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs, the Dwight Stuart Youth Fund, the Goodwin Family Memorial Trust, The Employees Community Fund (ECF) of Boeing California, and the Louis and Harold Price Foundation.