ICA Teen Arts Council
Programs for teens, by teens
Would you like to create programs like Teen Nights, film screenings, artist talks, workshops, performances, and more? Work with museum staff, contemporary artists, and other area teens? Be an innovator in the newest museum in Boston, while being exposed to contemporaryart? The Teen Arts Council is a group of motivated high school teens that develops and promotes creative programming at the museum to connect teens to contemporary art and each other.
Who should apply?
We are looking for high school teens, ages 14-18, who are passionate about contemporary art and visual culture interested in working in a museum setting, enjoy working with their peers from diverse backgrounds and parts of the city, and can make a year-long commitment. The Council meets weekly during the school year; TAC members receive a stipend.
For more information and a list of current workshops, visit http://www.icateens.org/teen-arts-council
Or contact Gabrielle Wyrick, Associate Director of Education, at 617-478-3132 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Teen Arts Council is a group of motivated high school teens that develops and promotes creative programming at the museum to connect teens to contemporary art and each other. In its first year, the TAC organized and hosted several artist talks, a spoken word event, and a fun-packed Teen Night featuring a fashion show, karaoke, graffiti contest, and more. In the new ICA, the 12-member TAC will play a vital role in expanding programs and building a teen audience at the museum.
The ICA’s Teen Arts Council and Teen Nights are generously sponsored by the Bank of America Charitable Foundation and Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts.
The John Hancock Teen Education Program is made possible by significant support from John Hancock Financial Services.
Additional support is provided by The Robert Lehman Foundation; the Thomas Anthony Pappas Charitable Foundation, Inc.; the Frank Reed & Margaret Jane Peters Memorial Fund I, Bank of America, N.A., Trustee; the Mabel Louise Riley Foundation; the Rowland Foundation, Inc.; the William E. Schrafft and Bertha E. Schrafft Charitable Trust; and the Surdna Foundation.