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Classes, Yard School of Art, Mixed Media, Teen (age 12–15), Julian Tejera

Session 4 Fine Arts Intensive

Study a range of art forms and media and build your portfolio in a summer intensive. Refine your technical skills, explore a new medium, or experiment with a new style. Drawing, oil and acrylic painting, and mixed media techniques will all be covered in a relaxed and fun atmosphere. All students will gain a well-rounded knowledge of traditional fine arts media, with a touch of experimentation and adventure to develop their unique voice. All art supplies will be provided and can be picked up at MAM or shipped to your house for an additional fee.

All summer 2020 classes will take place online with live instruction on the Zoom platform. You will need a phone, tablet, or computer with internet access. Class sizes are limited to ensure lots of one-on-one interaction with the instructors, who are all professional artists.

August 10–21
2:00 pm
4:00 pm
Member Price
$275–$287
Non-Member Price
$340–$355
Event Type
Classes
Special Pricing Info

Join as a Family member today to enjoy 20% off kids & teens camps & classes!

Ages
Teen (age 12–15)
Medium
Mixed Media
Priority Registration
Open Registration
Instructor

Julian Tejera

Born and raised in NJ, Julian Tejera has seldom gone a day without pencil in hand. Receiving his BFA in illustration from the Art Institute of Boston at Lesley University in 2008, he worked as a freelance and portrait artist for a number of years. He later attended the Academy of Art University in San Francisco, graduating in 2015 with an MFA in painting.

While working at MAM, Julian discovered a passion for teaching, leading to the start of a career as a sought-after art instructor for teens and adults. 

His artwork seeks to draw the viewer into the quiet moments of his figurative subject matter, using strong design and technique to lead the eye around the picture plane and weave a visual narrative.