Henderson State University’s Department of Art will host the Summer Intensive Teen Workshop June 20-24.
The workshop is a week-long, hands-on experience for students ages 13-18. Participants engage in a selection of studio art activities, including collage, assemblage, fiber arts, and mixed media, culminating with an exhibit.
“The program this summer is a day camp workshop experience with the goal of immersing students in a variety of art practices,” said David Warren, professor of art. “Students who are not able to attend in person may inquire about a hybrid/online option.”
A $100 student fee will help cover lunch and some art materials for each student. For more information and to register, go to hsu.edu/teen-workshop. The registration deadline is May 27.
The program is funded by a grant from the Horn Foundation and an Arkansas Arts Council Summer Residency Grant.