Studio Programs are hands-on experiences where participants are free to explore Andy Warhol’s conceptual approach to making art and the techniques and media employed by the artist during his career. Projects are designed using Andy Warhol’s experimental and cross disciplinary approach to art as a springboard, featuring contemporary adaptations to traditional art processes and an exploration of Pop Art’s legacy. Programs take place in the Education Studio located on the underground level of the Museum.
Modeled after Andy Warhol's New York studio the Silver Factory, The Factory is an open studio where museum visitors can create art while exploring Andy Warhol's art-making techniques.
Turn your birthday, corporate party, baby shower, bat mitzvah, or any celebration into a POP Party. The Andy Warhol Museum staff will help you create a party that your guests will never forget!
The Volunteer Program offers opportunities for people to participate in The Factory as volunteer staff. Volunteers work alongside Artist Educators during open hours and assist in teaching, project development and the care of the studio.
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