Young Artists Workshop
Young Artists Workshop (YAW) students connect with and expand their creativity with others who share the same interests in art and design. The program, founded in 1921 and celebrating its 100th anniversary in 2021, maintains a rich legacy of offering exceptional art and design educational experiences for youth and high school students in grades 3–12. YAW 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.
This year, we’re going virtual! In response to COVID-19, Moore College of Art & Design is offering College-wide remote learning for fall 2020, which includes Young Artists Workshop classes.
We’re committed to keeping our students safe and offering course options that are engaging, enriching, and, most importantly, fun! Students have a plethora of activity throughout the day—and it’s not all screen time. YAW instructors, who have already received extensive training for remote instruction for grades 9–12 and possess online teaching experience, are well-prepared to work within this format and will bring their expertise to these fall classes. They will employ a mix of synchronous and asynchronous teaching methods to keep every young artist focused on meeting their goals.
Celebrate your Achievement
Receive a certificate of merit and transcript to commemorate your dedication to art & design
Build an excellent portfolio—a vital part of any art & design school application
WORK STUDY GRANT
Apply for a Work Study Grant and develop skills as a program assistant in exchange for full tuition of one course.