Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art (BMoCA) in collaboration with Firehouse Art Center are currently accepting applications for The Studio Project Teen Program. The program is open to all 9th – 12th graders in Boulder and surrounding counties. Created in 2007, the Studio Project provides purposeful engagement in the arts and in social issues for high school aged youth.
The 2021-22 Studio Project teen program will run both Fall and Spring semesters. Students may apply for one semester or both. Weekly meetings will rotate to be held both virtually and in person in Boulder at BMoCA, and in Longmont at Firehouse Art Center.
Check back in December for our spring application deadline!
Studio Project is a program that provides purposeful engagement for high school aged youth. This program is targeted to serve youth with opportunities to create dialogue about art, art making, and social issues as they affect young people. Interns create art with local artists, partner with nonprofits active in the local community, and plan fun and engaging events to share the artwork they created during the program. Studio Project is an in-depth and meaningful experience for each of the teen participants, and the program cultivates the next generation of artists and art appreciators, some of whom go on to study at institutions such as the Pratt Institute, the Art Institute of Chicago, and more.
Studio Project is generously supported by the Georgie Fund, Anita Sayed, Luff Family Foundation, Studio B Architects, FirstBank, Catherine Allegra & James Tanner, Laurie & Reid Klion, Karen & Jeffrey Moore, Shears Giving Fund, Chris & Thomas Stanko, and Art Parts Creative Reuse Center.