Logo reading "ARTSci Teen Studio".
Explore connections between art and science.

Join us for one Teen Studio or sign up for all of them!
October 20, 2-4 pm: Northern Forest
Zoom in on the northern forest! Collect natural objects, see paintings of the forest floor by Gail Priday, and create your own artwork.
November 10, 2-4 pm: Paleoart

Model and draw the prehistoric past. Learn how artists like James Havens and Randall Compton create realistic views of the past.

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December 15, 2-4 pm: Faux Taxidermy
Make animal specimens using art materials. Explore animal morphology and learn about their adaptations.

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Red and orange print of trees and cranberry bushes.
Photo: Cranberry Woods by Gail Priday.

Mural showing several dinosaurs under the northern lights.
Photo: Arctic Hadrosaurs by James Havens

Various animal sculptures made of craft materials.
Photo courtesy of ScrapHacker.

About Teen Studio 
Saturday programs designed just for teens!  

Each month, explore a new theme, see and touch museum objects, and make something to take home.

Select Saturdays, 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm. 
For ages 13-18.
Included with museum admission (free for members).

Advanced registration required. Space is limited.

Note: Teen Studio will be cancelled if there are fewer than 3 registrants.   

These programs are designed just for teens. 
Parents/guardians must sign a registration form allowing participation. Teens will be with an educator in the Creativity Lab and/or galleries. Adults may drop off teens or visit other parts of the museum during program time.

Past Teen Studios

Stories (April 2018): Explore how stories are told through pictures. Put together a visual story.
Butterflies (March 2018): Mount butterfly specimens and put together a faux butterfly collection!
Whales (February 2018): Get inspired by Rockwell Kent, illustrator of Moby Dick. Create your own whale art!
Fashion (December 2017): Design your own stencils to make one-of-a-kind fashion statements.

Dinos & Fossils (November 2017):  Create your own fossil molds and casts.
Skulls (October 2017): Learn to identify animal skulls and practice scientific illustration techniques.
Bears (September 2017): Join us for a bear themed printmaking studio, and explore the Polar Passion exhibit.

Film & Photography (March 2017): Try light painting and explore the world of film and photography.
Moose (February 2017): Learn how people use moose products, and bead your own design.
Trees (December 2016): Discover the beauty and biology of wood. Make your own wooden coasters.
Alaska Art (November 2016): Discuss art in the galleries, and create your own printmaking art.
Bones (October 2016): Explore how researchers study bones. Make casts of dinosaur bones.

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