JUNE 17-21, 2019 | 10AM-4PM DAILY
Nomination Deadline: May 3, 2019

Teachers of grades 10-12 are invited to nominate students for the Summer Workshop for Students at The Warehouse.

Who can be nominated?
Students who have completed grade 10, 11, or 12 may be nominated for the Summer Workshop.

An ideal candidate:
• Shows a strong interest in pursuing a college degree or career in studio art or art history
• Is interested in the concepts and processes behind a work of art
• Is an active participant in class who often goes beyond basic requirements
• Frequently contributes to class conversations
• Has independent interests and incorporates his/her unique vision into projects

The 2019 Summer Workshop for Students will include:
• In-depth learning experiences with artworks at The Warehouse
• Sessions with art-world professionals
• Hands-on projects focused on artistic processes and concepts, led by professional artists
• Time for students to share work they’ve created (prior to the Summer Workshop) with fellow students

Program Details
• Nomination deadline is May 3, 2019.
• Up to 25 students will be accepted. Finalists will be selected by education staff from The Warehouse, and will be notified by May 9, 2019.
• Tuition for accepted participants is free of charge, and includes all supplies, meals, and a transportation stipend.

Questions? Please contact Thomas Feulmer, Director of Education at The Warehouse, at 214.442.2878 or THOMAS@RACHOFSKYHOUSE.ORG

Click HERE to download a PDF of the Nomination Form.


MUSEUM FORUM for TEACHERS: Modern and Contemporary Art

JULY 8-12, 2019 | 10AM-4PM DAILY

An immersive week-long summer program for educators presented by: The Warehouse, Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas Museum of Art, Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, and Kimbell Art Museum.

Participating middle and high school teachers in all disciplines are invited to:

  • Deepen their understanding of contemporary and modern art and architecture at renowned arts institutions in Dallas and Fort Worth
  • Develop strategies to teach, interpret, and use works of art in the classroom and in museum galleries
  • Connect with collections, resources, and staff at each museum
  • Exchange ideas with other classroom teachers