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TEEN COUNCIL

The Bronx Museum of the Art's Teen Council offers dynamic experiences with contemporary art and culture to urban youth through an intensive after-school program for teens. Structured around video production, artist interviews, and exhibition curation, this year-long paid internship provides teens with an open forum for the expression of ideas and dialogue on issues affecting young people today. 

 

Questions? Contact: teencouncil@bronxmuseum.org

 

Teen Council is made possible with support from New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature, New York Yankees Foundation, The Pierre and Tana Matisse Foundation, The Pinkerton Foundation, and Anonymous.

 

Interview with Teen Council Member Nikky Gonzalez, Bard High School Early College ’16

This summer, the Bronx Museum is extremely pleased to sponsor one of its longtime Teen Council members, Nikky Gonzalez (Bard High School Early College ’16), at Skidmore College’s Pre-College Studio Art Program this summer. The program offers special workshops and hosts visiting artists, providing access to state of the art studio facilities, special panel discussions, and museum visits.

 

Before Nikky heads to Saratoga Springs for the program this month, the Bronx Museum caught up with her to learn more about her experiences with Teen Council, her advice to teens interested in pursuing arts-related careers, and her ambitious goals for the future.

 

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Musezine 22: Breaking the Horizon

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Presented in partnership with Carnegie Hall’s The Somewhere Project, a citywide exploration of West Side Story.  Visit carnegiehall.org/WestSideStory for more information. 
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