Teen Programs

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 also offer two volunteer programs for teens: the Teen Advisory Council and the Teen Ambassador program. Click the links in the sidebar to learn more about these opportunities.

For questions or more information about DMA Teen Programs, email teens@DMA.org or call 214-922-1822. 

Upcoming Teen Workshops

Format: 1/19/21

Virtual Studio: Juxtaposed

Sunday, January 31–Saturday, February 20

A work of art has a meaning all its own, but how does its meaning change when it is placed next to other artworks? In Virtual Studio: Juxtaposed, we'll dive into context and explore how our surroundings influence our ideas about people, language, and the environment, inspired by Arthur Jafa’s Love is the Message, the Message is Death and the DMA’s To Be Determined exhibition.


Virtual Studio: Black Love All-Encompassing

Sunday, January 31–Saturday, February 27

Virtual Studio: Black Love All-Encompassing focuses on the stories of Black people around the world in order to sit with what it means to think about Black love in a variety of ways. What does it mean when love reaches and covers all parts of ourselves—to be “all-encompassing”? This Virtual Studio will put the works of Black artists from the African diaspora, such as Firelei Baez (Dominican), Chris Ofili (British-Nigerian), Adam Pedleton (Black American), Oshay Green (Black American), and many Afro-Mexican art and artists in conversation with each other.