While we can’t wait to get back to seeing everyone in person, there’s no reason we can’t keep making things and talking about art together in the meantime. We’re taking Teen Art Club online!
Teen Art Club is a monthly gathering for teenage students who are interested in art. This club will meet once a month to discuss and explore all things ART! Meetings can include discussion of various art related topics, gallery walks, hands on projects, presentations from guest artists and plenty of time to ask any and all questions you might have about art. This is a member driven club, so let us know what topics you want to see covered and be sure to bring some of your own work if you want to share! Join Teen Art Club online for the time being, but we will be meeting in person again as soon as we are able.
Led by MSV Youth & Family Programs Manager Curry Schiavone and Christy Broy, artist and Shenandoah Arts Council Program Manager.
Daniel Curry Schiavone is the MSV’s Manager of Youth and Family Programs. He holds a B.A. in art from the University of North Carolina in Asheville where his emphasis was on sculpture. Prior to joining the MSV staff, Schiavone was an elementary and middle school art teacher at the Powhatan School, and a substitute teacher for Winchester and Frederick County Public Schools.
Christy Broy is a Virginia native who works as a Lead Educator at the MSV and holds the position of Director of Programming & Exhibits for the Shenandoah Arts Council. Christy earned her degree in Fine Art and Art History from The University of Virginia and studied film for several years while living in NYC. She also enjoys teaching art, curating, and writing critical essays on film and art for several online publications.
This free youth program is made possible in part by the support of the Marion Park Lewis Foundation, Walmart, and Sheetz.
CALL FOR ART!
Follow us on social media to see weekly prompts designed to be accessible and get your creative juices flowing! Share your creations by sending us pics (via DM or to [email protected]) or you can just put them in the comments on the Virtual Teen Art Club social media posts!
*Teen Art Club is open to everyone, no registration or previous attendance required. Feel free to get younger (or older) siblings to join in and even parents are welcome to give the projects a shot. Teen Art Club is a joint venture made possible by our partnership with the Museum of the Shenandoah Valley.