Teens

Visions Teen Program

SMoCA’s Visions program, now in its 17th year, brings together approximately 40 high school art students from diverse Phoenix metropolitan-area schools for a year-long series of activities designed to cultivate artistic skills, collaboration and civic engagement. The program was founded in 1999 and is based on a strong community partnership between the Museum and participating schools, which represent economically, ethnically and culturally diverse communities.

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photo by Dyan Cavalli

photo by Dyan Cavalli

OMG@SMoCA: SMoCA’s Annual Teen Day
Thursday, Feb. 23, 3–6 p.m.
Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art
Free with student ID and RSVP

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Are your middle or high school years something you want to remember forever…or not? Explore how 11 internationally known artists define memories through photography and video in the exhibition I Remember Not Remembering. Create a unique time capsule that will capture memories of what your life is like today for your future self to open years from now. Enjoy gallery activities, creative writing, art projects, a live DJ, a photo booth, food trucks and more!

Grades 7–12

Program contact: LHales@ScottsdaleArts.org

Generous support from the SMoCA Docents.


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Inspiring Aspiring Architects
Saturday, March 25, 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Free; registration required with at least two weeks’ notice

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For students who are interested in architecture and design, this one-day workshop is an excellent opportunity to meet and work with local architects in a professional setting. Students will learn about design concepts and create a model of their own imagined living space. Materials will be provided and light snacks served.

Ages 13–18

Program contact: LHales@ScottsdaleArts.org