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Teen Art Program at The Bronx Museum of the Arts. The Bronx Museum Teen Council makes contemporary art and culture accessible to urban youth through a series of different platforms.
Structured around the production of MuseCasts, video productions available on YouTube and MuseZines, a small publication, Teen Council is comprised of a group of high school students working closely with two instructors in the Museum’s Media Lab. Scheduled concurrently with the school year, this 8-month program provides teens with an open forum for the expression of ideas and dialogue on issues affecting young people, and the promotion of the Bronx as an important cultural, political and artistic force. The Bronx Museum of the Arts’ Education Programs and Teen Council is made possible with support from Pierre and Tana Matisse Foundation, Anonymous, The David Rockefeller Fund, Simón Bolívar Foundation, New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature; Keith Haring Foundation, Robert Lehman Foundation; New York Yankees Community Council; and The Peter Jay Sharp Foundation.
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Teen Council 2017-2018
The Bronx Museum of the Arts Teen Council invites teenage artists to submit artworks that tackle the issues around mental health. Deadline: Friday, MARCH 2, 2018
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Open Art Space: A Free Drop-In Program for LGBTQ Teens and their Allies | MoMA
Workshop. December 15, 22 & more. Make Art. Meet People. Explore Ideas. Be Yourself. Open Art Space is a relaxed weekly drop-in program for LGBTQ high school students who are interested in thinking about, and creating, art in a relaxed and welcoming environment. Open Art Space is facilitated by two…
Very proud to have worked with the Bronx Museum Teen Summer Program and Aida Sehovic on this video this past summer. Special thanks to Ivan Monforte, Jonathan Santos-Ramos, Christie Hubbard, Dr. Anthony Vivasis, Alex Fialho and Kia Labeija for participating.
This video is about BMX Teen Summer 2016 Program
NOW ACCEPTING: TEEN COUNCIL 2016-17 APPLICATIONS
Join Teen Council at The Bronx Museum of the Arts!The Bronx Museum is seeking teens (ages 14-19) for a year-long paid internship. Increase your knowledge of the arts, learn video production skills, and...
Interviews for the Teen Summer Program are happening this week. We are very excited to put together the new team.
Currently in the process of curating our very own exhibition under the theme of Alienation and Acceptance!
Empathic Cinema needs YOU!
We’re looking for passionate and innovative student filmmakers to showcase their films.
This is a great opportunity for you to share your feelings towards a global issue with an audience that wants to make a difference.
SUBMIT your films NOW
AND they will be juried by experts in both film and NGO professions!
You must be between the ages of 12-21
Films must be anywhere between 15 sec to 10 minutes in length
(Cannot be longer than 10 minutes)
Films can be of any genre; stop-motion, animation, science fiction, documentary, experimental etc.
Films must be about social/global issues; for example global warming, human trafficking, animal rights, gender inequality, etc.
Please email us at [email protected]
In the email include
A little bit about you
What global issues inspired you to make this film?
What impact do you wish your film to have?
We will then email you back with details on how to upload your film so we can see it!
Today we worked on our zine contributions - big things are coming!
Teen Council got a chance to meet Sam Livingston and Edwardo Placer from Carnegie Hall in order to learn about a new project. Big things are coming! #Somewhereproject
The Bronx has amazing community gardens, learn about some here! Thanks New York Restoration Project, Brook Park, Bronx Museum of the Arts Bronx Museum Teen Council
Teen Summer Program explores the stories behind New York City’s public spaces. Teens interview Bronx residents, professionals, and artists in order to docume...
Today we finished up our video interviews and started editing them into iMovie!!!! *Pictures below*
Last year our crew from Bronx Museum of the Arts Teen Summer Program worked on a video project about the #HighBridge It's great to finally see it reopened!
The Bronx Museum Teen Summer Program explores the stories behind New York City’s public parks. Teens interview Bronx residents, park staff, and park users in...
The Original "High Line", The High Bridge, to Reopen This Tuesday, June 9th!
After over 40 years of being closed off to the public and after decades of community groups working to restore and reopen it, The High Bridge is finally opening this coming Tuesday, June 9th. Th...
This is today!
Hope to see you!
Our latest zine is available, a collaboration between Bronx Museum of the Arts Teen Council and Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes de La Habana teens.
Bronx Museum Teen Council creates MuseZines every year. This year’s zine includes our own creative work, as well as artwork made by teens from El Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes (MNBA),Instituto Pre-Universitario José Martí and Academia San Alejandro
#TBT watch our interview with Joe Conzo Photography videotaped at the Center for Puerto Rican Studies-Centro. Don't miss his work in the Three Photographers from the Bronx exhibition at Bronx Museum of the Arts
Designed to make contemporary art and culture accessible to urban youth, the Teen Council is structured around the production of MuseCasts, video podcasts av...
Lots of Great opportunities for Teens at The Bronx Museum of the Arts
New Teen opportunities at the Bronx Museum of the Arts Teen Publishers PROGRAM DATES April 28 - May 20, 2015 Tuesdays and Wednesdays 4:00 PM – 6:3...
No Longer Empty's Youth Docent (Y.Dot) program offers high school students throughout New York City...
1st Place: $10,000 Four Scholarship Awards
Deadline extended to March 1st!
Congratulations to Njideka!
Smithsonian American Art Museum awards Nigerian-born painter the 2014 James Dicke Contemporary Artist Prize.
Apply to ETW | The Studio Museum in Harlem
Application deadline has been extended to November 25! About Expanding the Walls (ETW) is a deeply engaging photography-based program that uses the wo...
It's Hungercraft time!
Here we are playing Hungercraft!
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