Are you interested in exploring creativity, meeting other teens, and learning radical new things? Liberti Teen Arts Camp is looking for 25 enthusiastic, creative, committed, fun-loving, thoughtful, visionary teens to partner with local Philadelphia artists in a 5-week workshop series that will explore the possibilities of art. From brainstorming, sketching, and material testing, to final production and installation, participants will respond to a design prompt and work together to bring their collective idea to life. The workshop series culminates in a First Fridays opening reception show at Artspace Liberti open to families, friends, and the public on August 1st. Liberti Teen Arts Camp offers teens the opportunity to express their ideas through discussion and participate in hands-on creative discovery. Supplies and snacks provided free of cost!
Liberti Teen Arts Camp is FREE, but registration is required! To register for the workshops, please RSVP below. Transportation can be arranged. Check us out on Facebook for photos from past summers' projects.
Rachel van Timmeren, Renee Horst
Liberti Teen Arts Camp is part of Artspace Liberti, a mulit-discipline arts venue organized and maintained by liberti church east located at 2424 E. York St. in the Fishtown neighborhood of Philadelphia.
Renee Horst earned her Bachelors of Science degree in Interior Design from Philadelphia University, and currently works as a designer with an architecture firm in Philadelphia. She has engaged her on-going affinity for the arts through extensive work with youth in collaborbative community projects.
Rachel van Timmeren holds a BFA from Rhode Island School of Design and works as a Textile Designer. She is passionate about helping others discover creativity and the possibilities art holds to deepen critical thinking and curiosity.