Artpace3 Touring Program
“We don’t have many opportunities to do art at our school. This gave the students a chance to really experience art.”
– Third Grade Teacher, January 2013
Offered throughout the year, Artpace’s free three-part touring program gives K-12 students a hands-on opportunity to explore and interact with contemporary art in a stimulating, laboratory setting.
- Introductory Visit: An Artpace Associate Educator visits the students and leads an interdisciplinary workshop selected by the teacher.
- Tour: The students tour Artpace’s exhibitions and spaces and create their own works of art in the Student Studio.
- Reflection Visit: The Associate Educator returns to the classroom or organization to facilitate an additional TEKS-aligned workshop reflecting the group’s Artpace tour.
Partial bus reimbursement funds are available for interested schools and organizations.
You[th]Pace Teen Art Council
“Before I came to Artpace, I saw art as a singular act, undertaken alone. Now, I can see that it is a living, breathing community.”
–You[th]Pace Teen Art Council High School Senior, 2012–2013
Make art, make friends, make memories, and make some money, through this nine-month service-learning residency designed specifically for selected teenagers (15-18 years old) living in the San Antonio area, gives participants an insider’s view of all things Artpace through opportunities to meet exhibiting artists and local arts professionals, and develop a student-driven capstone project at the end of the school year.
In the summer Artpace offers two different camp options: Camp Artpace I for ages 6-8 and Camp Artpace II for students ages 9-12.
Teen Artist Workshops
Each semester Artpace presents middle school and high school students the opportunity to work with a local artist through our Teen Artist Workshops.
Each semester Artpace offers Teacher Workshops providing Texas Education Agency-certified Continuing Professional Education (CPE) credit. These in-services equip instructors with the tools to develop successful curriculum using contemporary art to explore and explain interdisciplinary topics.