Teen Programs
about teen programs 

 

Teen programs at the Bronx Museum provide young adults with an open forum for the creative expression of ideas and dialog on issues affecting young people and the promotion of the Bronx as an important cultural, political, and artistic force. 

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Questions? Email teencouncil@bronxmuseum.org.

 

 

Teen Council 
Applications are closed.
 
The Bronx Museum is seeking teens (ages 14-19) for an eight-month paid internship. Explore the arts, learn video production skills, collaborate with your peers, and improve your resume.
 

Created in 2005, the Bronx Museum Teen Council seeks to connect young people with contemporary art and culture in our communities. During this intensive after-school program, a group of teens works closely with Museum educators to create video projects; zines, small publications; artist interviews; and exhibitions of teen artwork. Applications for Teen Council are available seasonally.

 

Learn more about Teen Council

 

 

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Teen Summer 2018 
Applications are closed.
 
Teen Summer is a 4-week intensive art program for high school students. Teens work collaboratively to explore, showcase, and contribute to the rich stories and culture of the Bronx.
 
DATES/TIMES July 30 – August 23, Mondays – Thursdays, 1:30pm – 5:30pm
ELIGIBILITY high school students entering 9th-12th grades in the 2018-2019 school year
  • Develop your film skills.
  • Interview professionals in the field.
  • Collaborate with your peers.  
  • Explore issues affecting young people today. 
  • Improve your resume.
  • Get paid for your work. 

 

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Teen Summer 2017 
The People Make The Bronx: Heart Of The Bronx
Teen Summer explores the stories behind community-based organizations and their impactful work. This year, teens spent three weeks investigating Bronx arts organizations. They met with dedicated artists, activists and administrators to learn how they contribute to the richness of arts and culture in our community. After conducting a series of interviews, teens created a video and poster publication to share their findings with the wider public. 
 
 

 

 

 

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

 

Teen Summer is made possible by Anonymous.

 

Education and Community Engagement Programs are generously supported by Booth Ferris Foundation, Con Edison, Deutsche Bank, Keith Haring Foundation, Laurie M. Tisch Illumination Fund, Malka Fund, New Yankee Stadium Community Benefits Funds, New York Yankees Foundation, O'Grady Foundation, Robert Lehman Foundation, Stavros Niarchos Foundation, Target, William Talbott Hillman Foundation, and New York City Council Member Vanessa L. Gibson, Council Member Diana Ayala, and Council Member Ruben Diaz Sr.

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