We believe that every visit is an opportunity to learn, to be inspired and to be delighted by art, history and nature, and we offer many different opportunities to learn in ways that mean the most to you. Take a guided tour of Clayton or explore the current exhibition on your own, join us for a workshop or a lunchtime lecture, or simply walk the grounds and feel refreshed. We welcome you to visit and discover all that you can learn at the Frick.
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This program is for self-motivated students who are interested in learning about how a museum operates as well as how to sustain a life of creative practice [translation: be an ARTIST]. Teens are given the support and space they need to develop new ideas, experiment with new materials and collaborate with each other. They will work closely with local artists and museum staff to learn about contemporary art in a direct, hands-on way, developing new skills and exploring creative resources and careers.
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We focus on quality and aim to inspire and guide the children to reach their creative and artistic potential. Check out our Student Work. We consistently run fall semester and spring semester courses that focus on building artistic skills, from one semester to the next.
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Teens in grades take over Pittsburgh Glass Center in this intensive class! This one-week summer program introduces the science and art of glass to teens. It gives students the rare hands-on experience of learning the many facets of glass in one of the top facilities in the country.
The philosophy of avocational cooking education to professional standards is alive and well at our school. The ultimate dining experience. We select a different menu every month, for you to cook and enjoy with your fellow classmates. It's a fun night out and a great way to meet new friends!
I am Kate Powell. We have high hopes for the summer of Our goal this summer is to create outstanding art-focused camps for school-aged childrentaught by talented, experienced teachers, supported by qualified, engaged assistants, and managed by an efficient, collaborative administrative team, all at our Shadyside campus.