For fall 2020 TAC is introducing Young Makers at Home! We have two options now available for our Tweens! Choose between our 6-Week Cycle Tweens program (ages 11-13) and our Tweens Craft Collective (ages 11-15).

Our 6-Week Cycle program is a Sewing Machine class that incorporates practical skills for using the machine. Learn to make small projects and stretch your skills with larger quilting projects that you build on over several classes. Sewing Machines can be rented and returned to TAC BK or can be purchased at the end of the cycle!

The Tweens Craft Collective is a Saturday night series designed for our social group of Tweens. Each session will have a specific crafting theme, a textile process, time to socialize and create with friends. These are available individually so you can join one, or multiple sessions! 

Materials are available as an add-on purchase during registration for 6-Week Cycles and Tweens Craft Collective.
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2020/2021 Schedule

Each Textiles for Tweens 6-Week Cycle starts at $285 before material add-ons and takes place once a week for six weeks. Space is limited. Tweens Craft Collective start at $40 per session before material add-ons.

Cycle 4

February 25—April 8
Online
Thursdays

Feb 25, Mar 4, 11, 18, 25, Apr 8 (skip Apr 1)

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Cycle 5

April 15—May 27
Online
Thursdays

Apr 15, 22, 29, May 6, 20, 27 (skip May 13)

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Tweens Craft Collective

Online
Macramé Techniques

Saturday, March 13, 5-7pm

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Check out our other Youth Program Options for 2021!

Intergenerational Workshops

Intergenerational workshops are intended for all ages. In these 2-hour at home workshops young makers are invited to pair up with a parent, grandparent, aunt/uncle, caregiver, friend, or sibling to create together! We recommend participation starting at age 5+

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Our Residency Program

When we are able to be in our Brooklyn Studio our Textiles for Tweens program works directly with our very talented, dedicated Artists in Residence. For 9 months, 8 artists and designers work at TAC toward an exhibition, while going through a professional development program. Alongside such artists and designers, our tween students get to observe the professional creative process, develop their own critical dialogue, and receive mentorship.

Learn more about our Residency program through these articles: