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School of the Museum of Fine Arts Boston's Pre-College Summer Studio

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Ages: 14-18

Gender: Co-Ed

Type: Overnight/Residential


Physical & Mailing Address:
230 The Fenway
Boston, MA USA 02115


More Information:
617.369.3643
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School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston’s Pre-College Summer Studio--Teenagers can explore painting, drawing, printmaking, sculpture, video, digital photography, and more while earning college credit at summer camp. Read More!

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Shape your own artistic direction by exploring a wide range of media. At SMFA we recognize that disciplines converge and influence each other, and that contemporary art is truly interdisciplinary. We encourage all students to build solid foundations and acquire skill sets in numerous disciplines in order to create new possibilities and forms of artmaking. In the Pre-College Summer Studio teenagers will explore painting, drawing, printmaking, video, digital photography, sound art, installation, sculpture, and performance. This core curriculum will encompass basic skills, experimentation, conceptual thinking, collaboration, problem solving techniques, critique and discussion. The summer camp will also include presentations, resources and one-on-one guidance in regard to portfolio building, career paths in the arts and the college application process.

(From www.smfa.edu)

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