Teen Workshop: Cactus Garden Cut-Out Art


August 8, 2024 12:00pm - 2:30pm

Create Matisse-inspired cut-out works of art with artist Juliet Whitsett.

Event Details

Enjoy a complimentary pizza lunch, then join artist Juliet Whitsett as she shares her current art series, Threatened Texas, and guides you in some Matisse-inspired, cut-out art-play experiments. This cut-out class will be dedicated to one of Texas’ most resilient and striking plants, the cactus. This program is open to all skill levels and materials are provided. The Teen Workshop series occurs alternating Thursdays throughout the summer for ages 13–18.

Tickets are $10 for Bullock Museum Member Youth and $20 for non-members. Workshop ticket includes Museum admission. Online ticket sales will close on the morning of the event. Onsite ticket sales will be available at the Museum up to the time of the class if there is still capacity.

About Family Programs

Family programs provide educational and engaging activities for young Texans and their caregivers. Events are designed to bring families together, spark conversations and provide opportunities for growth and development.

About the Artist

Juliet Whitsett is an Art Educator with an MA in Community-Based Arts Education from the University of Texas-Austin and a BA in Art Education from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She has designed arts and environmental education programs for public institutions such as the High Line, the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center, the Thinkery, Austin Discovery School, and private organizations domestically and internationally. After her children started school, Juliet transitioned to teach young children, teens, and families out of her home studio.

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