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Teen Arts Action Group (TAAG)
Help plan and host our teen programs by applying to be a Frist Volunteer Teen Ambassador! Email teens@FristArtMuseum.org for more information about our Teen Arts Action Group, open to teens ages 15–18.
Teen ARTlabs are a safe space for you to engage with professional artists (recommended by TAAG), create art, and learn about art careers. Last year, our ARTlabs included animation, illustration, poetry, and video editing. Join us on June 24, September 16 and October 21 for this year’s ARTlabs. Details will be posted closer to the event dates.
Teen ARTlab: Intro to Video Collage
Thursday, June 24, 5:30–6:30 p.m.
Free; registration required
Presented on Zoom
Studio NPL mentor Seth joins us to talk about video collage and guide attendees through making their own. Editing is often called “the invisible art” in film because it can go unnoticed by the audience, but video collage is an art of editing and sampling. Seth will take attendees through some tools (for cutting, changing playback speed, shaping transitions, etc.) and some film theory to edit clips creatively. Attendees will be provided with a pool of video clips and a list of free video editing software beforehand, and encouraged to edit along during the workshop.
Teens Take the Frist!
A jury of Frist Art Museum curators and educators selected artworks by teens from Cheatham, Davidson, Robertson, Rutherford, Sumner, Williamson, and Wilson counties for a summer exhibition titled Teens Take the Frist!
The exhibition is on view in the Frist’s Upper-Level Education Corridor and online at FristArtMuseum.org/TeensTake from June 18 through September 5, 2021.
Want to learn more?
Contact us at teens@FristArtMuseum.org.
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Our teen programs receive funding from the William N. Rollins Fund for the Arts of The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee.