Teen Open Studios Fall 2022: Session 2
October 21, 2022 - November 4, 2022
3:30 pm - 5:30 pm
Calling local teens! Attend free open studios Friday afternoons this fall at Pelham Art Center. Led by professional teaching artists, a series of 2-hour teen open studios invite students to come socialize, engage, and create!
Attend any or all of the Fall 2022 Session 2 Dates:
Friday, October 21, 3:30-5:30pm
Friday, October 28th, 3:30-5:30pm
Friday, November 4th, 3:30-5:30pm
Students can work on individual independent projects, participate in the suggested project of the day, and also work on cumulative public community art projects.
Registration is required and open studios are FREE!
Meet Our Teen Open Studio Artist Facilitators
Susan Saas is an artist, milliner, freelance illustrator and educator. She received her BFA in Illustration from the Rhode Island School of Design and her millinery certificate from the Fashion Institute of Technology. Susan enjoys working and crafting with found objects, wood and cardboard to make cars and trucks and toys, mementos and cards. She has taught at Pelham Art Center for several years, and looks forward to working with local teens.
Emlyn Taveras is a New York based artist and educator with over 25 years of experience creating multimedia works of art, and immersive art experiences. Emlyn holds a dual Masters degree in Art Education and Visual Arts from The College of The City of New York. Emlyn is inspired by the possibilities of transforming spaces through the arts and works with a variety of partners and collaborators to realize this vision. She teaches art in the Pelham School District and has an artist studio in Mount Vernon, NY.
Charlotte Mouquin, also the Executive Director at the Pelham Art Center, is an artist who has curated many exhibitions, and taught art at public schools and private locations. Her degrees include a MA in Contemporary Art from Sotheby’s Institute of Art, a BFA from Parsons School of Design, a MAT from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts Boston/Tufts University with a focus on grades 5-12. She was also certified at Marymount Manhattan College to teach AP Art in 2005, and completed a certificate program with UPENN and National Art Strategies in Arts & Culture Strategy in 2019. “Working at a nonprofit arts space as a teenager was incredibly inspiring for me. The connections, network of thinking and friendships formed have been strong for over 25 years, and most of my friends that I met through that experience are film makers, musicians, artists and creatives across the country. I would love to be able to inspire and bring young people together in a similarly meaningful way.”