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Summer Teen Art Labs

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The Rubin Museum’s Teen Art Labs are designed to give teens hands-on art experience in a museum setting and grow their interest in a career in the arts. Teens who participate in Teen Art Labs are eligible to participate in Teen Guide Council.

Virtual Worlds: From the Spiritual to the Digital

This July, expand your third eye and explore Himalayan art and culture at the Rubin Museum of Art.

  • Be social: Meet peers who are passionate about art and its power to spark conversations
  • Get spiritual: Experience the magical world of mandalas and geometric symbols of transformation and peace, including a guest visit from a thangka painter
  • Go digital: Learn to code using sacred geometry and create mandalas with professional graphics programs

No experience necessary.

This program will meet on Mondays and Wednesdays in July from 2 – 5 PM. Program begins July 6, 2015. Application Deadline: June 10, 2015

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About the Instructors

Olivia Buscarino is Coordinator of Teen Programs at the Rubin Museum of Art and her background is in art education.She is interested in how her students can create cross-cultural dialogues through art, and finds the Rubin Museum a perfect place to connect ideas of impermanence, mindfulness, visual literacy, and compassion to making and thinking about art.

Sofy Yuditskaya is a media artist and educator working with video, interactivity, projections, code, paper, and salvaged material. Her work focuses on techno-occult rituals, street performance, and participatory art. Sofy’s performances enact and reframe hegemonies. She works with materials that exemplify our deep entanglement with petro-culture.

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