Itching to make art, express yourself, take over the museum? Get involved and make new friends, create art, plan events, and ask questions about the world we live in. Get a little loud, a little messy.
Browse our offerings. Book Sculptures Workshop. Upcycle old books using tools, glue and some imagination.
Stay up-to-date on teen events, scholarships, and teen stuff going down at MCA. Digital Art Submissions. Want your digital art to be featured in the MCA Denver teen space aka the third floor of the museum?
The Met is the place to be for teens. Check out classes, workshops, and special events designed especially for teens to develop their skills, and connect with art, ideas, and other young people. Program times and topics vary. Grab your friends and take over The Met for the night.
Snapshots of teen life: Los Angeles photography show exhibits storytelling, social justice. The exhibit highlights social justice, as the exhibit's website states that each photographer "explore[d]" a social justice issue. Photo credit: Amelia Stone.
Kate Henderson, photographer, and program manager for Capture Photography Festivalsays that there are a number of ways for young people to get a foot in the door. To understand the back end of how these things take place. If you want to contribute to that world, it helps to get to know it.
The MOCA Teen Program brings high school juniors and seniors behind the scenes to learn about the museum, contemporary art, artists, and other creative careers. The program is an academic-year-long, paid position teaching teens about the work of the museum by directly involving them in it. This diverse group meets at MOCA on Thursday nights and some weekends to work with museum professionals, investigate current exhibitions, make art, plan Teen Night and support each other on a journey of self-discovery.
Jump to navigation. The Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco offers free events and job opportunities for high school students. Teens gather inspiration from our collections and create art in the studios.
Youth Insights YI is an after-school and summer program that connects New York City high school students to art and artists. We also offer drop-in programs and events throughout the year. Find out more below.
The program is designed to cultivate visual literacy, personal vision, and leadership skills through classes focused on the techniques and history of photography and visual culture. The program includes seasonal week classes in black-and-white and color darkroom, digital and new media, and a yearlong advanced program called Imagemakers. Teen Academy offers quarterly week classes for every level.