The Bray is currently exploring new ways to provide accessible opportunities for younger generations to uncover, develop, and reach their creative potentials.
Stay tuned for more information on youth programming at The Bray in 2023. Until then, explore the resources below to challenge your artistic goals and connect with us from across the globe!
Are you a teacher or leader of a group of creative youth who'd like to visit The Bray or develop a class? Email our Education Manager, Stephanie, at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss possible programs!
Creative Youth Resources
Ways to Share and Connect
While we don't have any in-person programming just yet, we'd still love to see what you're up to! Share your creations and connect with other creative youth by using #BrayCreativeYouth
We'd love to know: What technique did you use? How about clay and surface? What inspired you? What did you learn from making this piece? and anything else you'd like to share!Check Out Our Instagram Page
Discover Conversations In Clay
Listen and learn from our clay based podcasts while you work in your studio, walk your dog, or relax on a sunny day. Hear contemporary and technical conversations from across the field of incredibly talented and accomplished artists of today!Listen Now
Creative Youth Development National Partnership
An incredible organization committed to "supporting young people’s stories, ideas, and dreams through creative expression and honoring their lived experience."Discover more about CYD
10 Lessons the Arts Teach
Developed by Elliot Eisner, a Chicago High School art teacher turned Professor of Art Education at Stanford University, this top 10 list hits all the marks of why Art is is so critical. Discover what Art has taught you by clicking the link below.10 Lessons the Arts Teach