Teens taking part in a hands-on workshop
Programs at the Queensland Art Gallery and Gallery of Modern Art for young people.Are you 13–18 years and into art & design? Come along to the Queensland Art Gallery's free program of events for teens!
The Gallery also develops a range of programs and events for tertiary students and emerging artists, designers, writers and curators – Emerging Creatives.
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WEARABLE ORIGAMI SUMMER HOLIDAY WORKSHOP
12.00 – 2.00pm Saturday 13 December | GOMA
On the first day of the summer school holidays, teens aged 13 – 18 years are invited to participate in a hands-on workshop with accessory artist Mabina Alaka. Following a tour of the 'Future Beauty: 30 Years of Japanese Fashion' exhibition with the QAGOMA Teens team, combine the tradition of origami folding with contemporary pop culture imagery to create innovative wearable pieces.
Bookings required & limited spaces available / $16 General admission / $15 QAGOMA Members / Price includes a tour of the exhibition and all workshop materials / Book online or call (07) 3840 7144 to RSVP.
'Harvest' Teens school holiday workshop: Muesli Mix-up
In exclusive teens-only workshop with QAGOMA Executive Chef Josue Lopez, teens got hands-on and creative with this unassuming breakfast ingredient, found out about sustainability, ethical eating and what it’s like to be a Chef in an art gallery. At the end of the day they branded and took home their very own personalised blend of muesli.
National Youth Week: Radical Make-Shift workshop with Jemima Wyman
In this hands-on workshop held during the first weekend of school holidays, teens explored the National Youth Week theme of 'Our Voice, Our Impact' through pattern and text, working one-on-one with Jemima Wyman, the artist behind 'Jemima Wyman: Pattern Bandits'.
Summer holiday film screening: WHERE THE WILD THINGS ARE»
During the summer holidays, teens escaped the heat with this exclusive teens-only cinema screening of Where the Wild Things Are 2009 as part of the ‘Fairytales and Fables’ program at the Australian Cinémathèque. The screening included special prizes, treats and more.
Here's Looking At You Kid: Stitchery Collective workshop»
In conjunction with ‘Quilts 1700–1945’, young people were invited to enjoy the opportunity to work with members of The Stitchery Collective (Queensland University of Technology) in a hands-on stitching workshop designed especially for teens.
NAIDOC Week : Teens workshop»
In conjunction with the ‘My Country, I Still Call Australia Home: Contemporary Art from Black Australia’ exhibition, artist Dale Harding presented a hands-on workshop during NAIDOC Week, introducing teens to the themes, ideas and art-making processes in his work.
National Youth Week Artist Workshops»
Presented during National Youth Week 2013, New Wave Teens enjoyed the opportunity to work one-on-one with local contemporary artists including sculptor David Spooner, installation artist Elizabeth Willing and performance artist duo Catherine or Kate (Kate Woodcroft and Catherine Sagin).
'Contemporary Australia: Women' artist workshop»
During the winter school holidays, teens worked with Kirsty Bruce, participating artist in 'Contemporary Australia: Women', in a hands-on drawing workshop.
Animator Joe Brumm, Director of local Studio JoHo developed led an animation workshop called 'Seeing Sound', which explored the relationship between the visual and the audio in animation and film making. Participants worked with Joe and a team of animator-volunteers to create their own animations responding to original pieces of music. Watch their creation...
Young people had the fantastic opportunity to work one-on-one with contemporary artist Alick Tipoti in a hands-on workshop during the school holidays. Tipoti's works were on display in the 'Land, Sea, Sky' exhibition.
Painting & Screen Test Workshop»
During the Scott Redford: Introducing Reinhardt Dammn exhibition, Scott Redford conducted workshops where local high school students created their own surf sticker designs, made monochromatic paintings and featured in a screen test film.
Free fashion workshops with 'the stitchery' fashion collective from QUT were conducted to celebrate 'Valentino Retrospective: Past/Present/Future' at the Gallery of Modern Art. Workshops included a focus on 'Grunge vs. Glamour' and 'Cuffs and Collars.
New Zealand artist Gavin Hipkins presented a workshop relating to his photography, exploring narrative and photo-montage. Gavin's work was in Unnerved: The New Zealand Project at the Gallery of Modern Art.
Unless otherwise stated all New Wave Teens programs are free.