Look. Relate. Create. From tours and workshops to volunteering opportunities, there's a place for teens at the Dallas Museum of Art. DMA Teen Programs are opportunities for teens (ages 13-19) to make connections with global cultures, meet and collaborate with new friends, and find inspiration in new places. We currently offer the following opportunities for teens:
Teen Workshops are led by educators and working artists. Ideal for teens looking to expand their creative horizons, workshops give teens an individualized and closer look at artwork in the gallery and opportunities to learn new techniques and skills. Workshops are offered on weekends and during weekdays for homeschooled teens.
Teen Tours are free bimonthly tours for teens who are looking for a basic introduction to global art history. Ideal for high school students taking AP Art History, Teen Tours give students a closer look at the art that made its mark on culture then and now. These tours are intended for individual students or small groups of friends. If you are interested in bringing a class or large group to the DMA, please visit our Student Visit page for more information.
Teen Ambassador Program
The Teen Ambassador program provides opportunities for high school students to initiate and deepen their relationship with the DMA during the summer. Teen Ambassadors lead summer family programs and gallery activities for young visitors (ages 5–12), ranging from drop-in art-making activities in the Center for Creative Connections to Family Story Time in the galleries. Please check our Volunteer page for more information.
DMA Teen Advisory Council
The Teen Advisory Council, or TAC for short, is a group of highly motivated high school students who help shape the direction of how the Museum engages with youth audiences. Members of the council develop innovative interdisciplinary programming for Museum visitors of all ages, and serve as ambassadors for the Museum to the community. Being a TAC member is an opportunity to develop leadership, project management, and hands-on facilitation skills, as well as work directly with museum professionals. Please check our Volunteer page for more information.
For questions or more information about DMA Teen Programs, email teens@DMA.org or call 214-922-1822.