Register your creative high school student now for our one-day Portfolio Prep Workshop on Saturday, May 20, from 9 am to 4 pm. This workshop is designed specifically for teens who are serious about developing their portfolio for art school and college applications. Students are asked to bring work they have completed or are working on to receive valuable individualized critique. Then, participants will use the remainder of the day to focus on skills identified during the critique to help boost overall portfolio quality.
Participants should bring their own supplies (drawing, painting, mixed media supplies) to amend their existing artworks. Prerequisite: no previous experience needed.
|TEEN PORTFOLIO PREP for Spring Session|
|Portfolio Prep for Teens||Ackerman||May 20||Sa||9:00am–4:00pm||cs|
*PLEASE NOTE: This new one-day workshop will include portfolio critique and review as well as time for art-making with instruction. This is not the same as the Teen Portfolio Day that has been previously offered from Danforth Art School, and representatives from area colleges will not participate in the May 20 workshop.
Motivated and responsible teens may also register for adult classes or workshops, including Open Studios. Please contact the School office at 508-620-0937 or school (at) danforthart.org to learn more.
Responsible, reliable, and energetic applicants currently enrolled in high school (grades 9-12) or college are invited to apply for School Assistantships year round. Danforth Art School Assistants gain experience in all aspects of Danforth Art School, assisting with overall program facilitation during regular art school sessions (Fall, Winter, Spring) for all ages, School Vacation Week Workshops for children and teens, and Summer Arts, our highly popular summer art classes for children and teens. Opportunities to assist in the studios include preparation of materials and classroom spaces, organization of supplies, and support for teachers. Download Art Assistantship Application (PDF). Please note: Due to our absence of museum galleries, the Teen Docent program has been indefinitely suspended.