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Open Studio: Art Projects

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https://www.sfmoma.org/series/open-studio/

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Experiential Tools | Added on March 8, 2018

Pixabay, public domain, http://bit.ly/2FqTlvw

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Are you interested in becoming a visual or performing artist and looking for inspiration? Visit this website to try out art projects suggested by leading contemporary artists.

Many of the projects include videos; you can also download PDFs or Word documents for all of these projects.

Find more project ideas on the Aspen Art Museum Open Studio page and the Getty Museum Open Studio page.

Usage costs: No
Formats: Video, Website

Technical information

YouTube videos

Materials required:

  • Computer

Keywords associated with this tool:  Show +

abstract art projects artist collage color colour conceptual art contemporary art drawing found objects installations interviews mail art masks mixed media modern art multidisciplinary narrative painter painting performance performing photographer photography sculptor sculpture social practice sound recording storytelling text video visual arts

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© 2018, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
© 2018, Aspen Art Museum
© 2010-2015, J. Paul Getty Trust

Please note that the programs of study listed below were drawn from websites providing vocational and educational information in the province of Québec (including educational institutions). For more detailed information, please visit these websites directly.

Programs of study directly linked

College-level

  • Illustration (574.A0)
  • Professional Photography (570.F0)
  • Professional Theatre (Acting) (561.C0)

University-level

  • Art History and Studio Art
  • Drama
  • Electroacoustic Studies
  • English: Drama and Theatre
  • Fibres and Material Practices
  • Film Production
  • Fine Arts
  • Intermedia
  • Liberal Arts
  • Painting and Drawing
  • Photography
  • Print Media
  • Sculpture
  • Sculpture and Ceramics
  • Studio Art

Programs of study indirectly linked

Vocational training

  • Interior Decorating and Visual Display (5827)

College-level

  • Costume Design for Cinema and Television (571.A0)
  • Fashion Design (571.A0)
  • Fashion Marketing (571.C0)
  • Graphic and Web Design (412.A0)
  • Graphic Design (570.A0)
  • Industrial Design (570.C0)
  • Interior Design (570.E0)
  • New Media and Publication Design (412.A0)
  • Professional Music and Song Techniques (Composition and Arrangement) (551.A0)
  • Professional Music and Song Techniques (Performance) (551.A0)
  • Professional Theatre (Production - Design) (561.A0)
  • Professional Theatre (Production - Technical Direction) (561.A0)

University-level

  • Art Education/Visual Arts
  • Art History
  • Art History and Film Studies
  • Arts Administration
  • Arts and Science
  • Arts Management
  • Ceramics
  • Communication and Cultural Studies
  • Computation Arts
  • Cultural and Media Studies
  • Design
  • Design for the Theatre
  • English: Cultural Studies
  • Film and Media Studies
  • Film Animation
  • Film Studies
  • Secondary Education and Drama
  • Secondary Education and Fine Arts

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