The Walters Art Museum Teen Arts Council
The Walters Art Museum Teen Arts Council (WAMTAC) is a group of high school students interested in exploring and promoting art. WAMTAC plans events at the museum for other youth; hosts community arts workshops around Baltimore city and county; implements collaborative projects with youth-led groups; writes grants to support arts programs; and produces a zine to circulate within local and area highs schools. We also have the chance to interact with museum staff to learn about all kinds of artistic careers (we even got to go into the conservation lab!) Basically, are a group of dedicated, quirky, fun youth who love art!
Check out all the links below to get a taste of all that goes on in and around the museum!
Do you want to get involved with the teen arts council? Join the Walters Art Museum Teen Arts Council. With volunteer opportunities and internships, discover ways to become active members of the museum.
Discover more about artwork at the museum. Learn why some historical pieces are considered scandalous, while others are the social norm. Explore periods of art history. Discover how today's artists are documenting society.
Make your Mark
Got art? We want to see it! View other contemporary art work and submit your own work to be displayed in this virtual gallery.
See what's going on around the city. Don't miss out on all the action including must-see performances and exceptional exhibits. Check out the calendar of arts events in Baltimore.