The Museum will reopen Wednesday, February 3 See updated ticket information. Note: A waiting room is employed for all online transactions during ticket on-sale dates. We recommend anyone interested in registering for classes wait until after 4 pm on the following dates to register: January 27, 28, and The Museum of Fine Arts offers studio art classes taught by experienced educators who are also professional artists. Students are invited to question, explore, experiment, and solve problems as they create and interact with art. Class sizes are limited to ensure that students of all levels benefit from these experiences.
Teen Programs | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Recent Updates: The New School has released its academic plan for and a phased reopening plan for its New York campus. Please check the Parsons Paris website for information about our Paris campus. Learn more. Summer is the season for transformation — a time to travel to new places, make new friends, and learn something new. Parsons, a world leader in art and design education, offers online and on-campus summer programs for learners of all ages, from grades 3 through 12 to college students to working professionals. Join us to learn new skills, develop and strengthen your portfolio for college applications, or earn college credit.
Youth & Pre-College Programs
But for some ambitious students, summer is an opportunity to learn to draw in an actual studio space, to create their own music or films, and even to design their own video games. We scoured hundreds of programs organized by colleges and universities across the country, and narrowed it down to these. Our list includes a variety of program types, in a range of budget options. While some summer programs focus on a specific art form, others allow students to explore their creativity over a variety of mediums.
The Adolescent Acute Residential Treatment ART Program provides intensive, short-term, and highly focused psychiatric care for teens and young adults through age 19 with emotional and behavioral difficulties. With a length of stay between 10 and 14 days, this insurance-based residential program focuses on stabilizing adolescents in acute crisis. The ART is a voluntary program so patients must be willing to participate in treatment. We specialize in treating teenagers who are struggling with psychiatric diagnoses such as ADHD, anxiety, depression, and bipolar disorder.