Project: Identity is a free program for regional high school teens, ages 14-18, to engage in the arts while cultivating skills for college, career, and civic life in a social and creative environment. Each installment of Project: Identity focuses on a specific art form and works to inspire imagination, innovation and professionalism within its young participants, fostering success in future endeavors. Project: Identity provides teens in our community with a needed opportunity to create a well-rounded lifestyle that includes participation in the arts and an inspired push for empowered action.
No prior art, music, theater, creative knowledge necessary.
An introductory digital photography intensive for 14-18 year old teens. This unique 11 week program provides an opportunity for teens to learn the basics of photography, composition, historical photo processes and Adobe Photoshop. At the end of the program teens will present an exhibition of their work at Bethel Woods Center for the Arts!
The 2018 exhibition titled, Inside the Lens, Outside the box, has been turned in to a series of mini exhibits and will be on displayed in our Museum Lobby through October. Make sure to stop by and see!
PI Photo Mini Exhibition Schedule 2018
Sept 22 – 28 Bianca Sorbara
Sept 29 – Oct 5 Daniella Sorbara
Oct 6 – Oct 12 Sofia Trevisani
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Funding for arts and humanities, outreach and museum education programs has been provided by Bethel Woods members and donors and through generous gifts from foundations, individuals and agencies including: The American Gift Fund, the Tammy and Keith Anderson Foundation, the AT&T Aspire Program, the John N. Blackman Sr. Foundation, Annelise Gerry and Family, Robyn Gerry, Nellie and Robert Gipson, Humanities NY, IBM, Joan Kaplan, the William and Elaine Kaplan Family Foundations, Liberty Properties Inc., the Monticello Motor Club, New Music USA, the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature, Resorts World Catskills, the Rhulen Loughlin Family -- in memory of Trevor John Loughlin, Rolling V Bus Corporation, James and Kelly Schmitt and Stewarts Shops. Transportation and tuition assistance has been made possible in part by Dan and Joan Silna, and TD Charitable Foundation, and the Williams Endowed Education Fund at Bethel Woods Center for the Arts.
Donations help to support our mission to be a world-class cultural center committed to inspire, educate and empower individuals through the arts and humanities.