Rogue Gallery Art Center

 

 

 

Artist Teen Program

Build a Future in
the Visual Arts

The Artist Teen Program (ATP) offers high school students the opportunity to have a realistic career experience working with a professional artist. The program consists of 20-30 hours of studio time working with a professional artist. The program culminates with an exhibition in our main gallery of the work artist mentors and students have created. This year students will work with artist mentors to develop skills in photography, printmaking, drawing, painting, mixed-media, and sculpture.

See the Teen Artist Program work for 2019-2020 HERE>>

 

Questions? Call Sandy O'Neill, Education Program Manager at (541) 772-8118, ex 302.

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Field Trips & Tours

Bring your class or group to the Rogue Gallery & Art Center for a memorable experience including hands-on
art lessons and interactive art exhibition tours- quality education to inspire and build a life-long interest in the arts.

Enjoy exploring all three galleries and making one of a kind works of art guided by Rogue Gallery & Art Center staff! Field Trip tour programs are offered Tuesday through Friday during gallery hours, 10 am to 5 pm. We can customize your experience to meet the needs of your group or school!

The Rogue Gallery & Art Center offers fun-filled, two hour field trips this school year that include:

Typically, half the group is in the Studio while the other half is in the Galleries to ensure no more than 18 students in a group. We can accommodate your class of up to 36 students.

Call Rogue Gallery & Art Center at (541) 772-8118 or email us at sandy@roguegallery.org for more info or to book a time of creativity, fun, and to exposure to the visual arts.

More information and pricing available HERE>>

 

Elementary Arts Outreach Program

The Elementary Arts Outreach Program brings visual arts to 5th grade students by providing access to Rogue Gallery, Rogue Studio, and bringing art instructors to their classrooms for monthly art lessons throughout the school year. Students learn foundational skills in the visual arts, art history and art appreciation. Thanks to the Reed and Carolee Walker Fund of the Oregon Community Foundation, Anna May Family Foundation, U.S. Bank Foundation, business sponsorship and individual donor support. Through their support Rogue Gallery & Art Center is able to offer the Elementary Arts Outreach program. Over 175 fifth graders from Table Rock Elementary and Jackson Elementary participate in this program.

 

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