We make learning art fun and produce ambitious artistic outcomes across a wide array of materials, subject matter and complexity. Students have fun, develop their personal art skills, gain knowledge of art history and make friends. Students of all levels - from beginner to advanced work one-on-one with instructors in a small group setting with a personalized approach.
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Our talent is diverse, ranging from 13 — 82 years of age, across numerous specialties such as commercial, fashion, sports and fitness, promotional, event, and influencer. We work in partnership with you from start to finish to understand your brief, any specific requirements you may have, and put forward the best suited talent for your project seamlessly. WINK model and talent agency holds a reputation for having industry leading, experienced and specialised talent managers dedicated to successfully delivering your project to the very end, and a responsive and dynamic portfolio of over models.
The group meets weekly to learn about working at an art center, connect with contemporary art and artists, and create new ways for the Twin Cities teen community to experience the Walker. Over the years its members have developed exhibitions and events to showcase teen artists, invited resident artists to give talks and lead classes, developed marketing materials and strategies, written and published original work for print and online, planned regional film festivals, and partnered with local groups to present programs throughout Minneapolis and St. Teen programs bring a special vitality to the Walker, and these experiences have helped alumni attain scholarships and audiences for their work, secure curatorial and educational positions, and use their organizational and arts advocacy skills in their colleges and home communities. More than 20 years later, the Walker remains committed to creating meaningful and relevant arts experiences for teens and continues to explore ways to configure and refresh this core program.
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Itching to make art, express yourself, take over the museum? Get involved and make new friends, create art, plan events, and ask questions about the world we live in. Get a little loud, a little messy.
Students accepted into the program can fulfill community service hours or internship requirements at their school. In this free after-school program, students entering grades 9—12 work with a teaching artist to learn the basics of video production, including storyboarding, cinematography, and editing. No prior experience necessary—beginners are welcome!
The MOCA Teen Program brings high school juniors and seniors behind the scenes to learn about the museum, contemporary art, artists, and other creative careers. The program is an academic-year-long, paid position teaching teens about the work of the museum by directly involving them in it. This diverse group meets at MOCA on Thursday nights and some weekends to work with museum professionals, investigate current exhibitions, make art, plan Teen Night and support each other on a journey of self-discovery.