Youth and High School Grades 3–12
ABOUT THE PROGRAM
Young Artists Workshop students connect with and expand their creativity with others who share the same interests in a beautiful campus setting along the picturesque Benjamin Franklin Parkway. The program, founded in 1921, maintains a rich legacy of offering exceptional art and design educational experiences for youth and high school students in grades 3–12. Young Artists Workshop provides a strong grounding in the visual arts and encourages artistic and personal growth through inventive self-expression.
Each course creates a dynamic environment where students build self-confidence along with a foundation of creative and technical skills.
Classes are offered year-round on Saturdays in the fall and spring and on weekdays during the summer. All classes are studio-based and utilize Moore’s BFA classrooms and labs – unique modern facilities with state of the art equipment.
An impressive roster of instructors is led by Moore’s BFA faculty and certified art educators noteworthy for their experience, commitment and enthusiasm for teaching art and design to youth and high school students.