Free Online Art Course Available Through MoMA for Teens


Three huge cities, three major art museums, and three groups of young people collaborated to create our newest online art course for teens. For the first time ever, Tate, the Art Institute of Chicago, and The Museum of Modern Art have worked on a single educational and social experience, bringing the BEST of each of our cities’ vibrant cultures together into one incredible four-week online course. Visit international artists in their studios and learn about underground art spaces and emerging art scenes.

Explore the politics, communities, and everyday challenges that shape the contemporary art world today. Investigate issues surrounding fashion, gender, artistic value, curating, aesthetics, inequality, art making, and more.

Gain VIP access to exclusive content available only to course participants, and meet other young, creative people from around the globe.

This is a class on YOUR terms, made for YOU, by a community of YOUR peers. And you can take part anytime you want, day or night. It’s like having 24-hour access to three of the world’s premier arts institutions…for FREE!

Please note: All applicants must be 13-17 years old. No prior art experience necessary.

The course is completely free of charge, begins on November 4, and runs for four weeks. Applications can be found online and are due by Friday, October 30.

Link to online application here:

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