TAG–Teen Art Group

TAG–Teen Art Group, is an exciting art program for youth aged 15-18, taking place two afternoons each month during the school year, from September 2018 to May 2019. The program alternates between Emily Carr University of Art + Design and the Vancouver Art Gallery, where students are introduced to art-making practices in the studio and visual culture in the Gallery. Students work with a variety of artists and innovators and have the opportunity to explore public exhibitions at the Vancouver Art Gallery.

TAG is a great opportunity for teens who are interested in art and design and who want to explore and expand their creative practice while attending high school.


Photo: Pardeep Singh

What Teen Art Group Members do:

  • Get behind-the-scenes access to instructors and studios at Emily Carr University of Art + Design, and the Vancouver Art Gallery's collections, curators and visiting artists.
  • Participate in hands-on art-making workshops every month and explore a wide range of issues and media with artists and educators.
  • Generate new ideas and skills for your portfolio – take your interest in art, design and culture to the next level with other teens who are interested in art!

Schedule: The first and third Thursday of each month, 4–7pm.

Program Cost: $445 | Registration: opens on May 1, 2018

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Interested in TAG? Be one of the first to get your application at our official launch and connect with other students through a mini-tour and short workshop.

To request an application, please email teens@ecuad.ca 604.844.3810 (ECUAD) or, the Vancouver Art Gallery 604.662.4700 ext 2308, and an application form will be sent to you.

Visionary Partner for Art Education:
Ji Ping Bai

Generously supported by:
The Wesik Family

Program Partner:
Emily Carr Institute

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ECUAD TAG page »