This spring 15 teens will gain skills in interactive design through art, photography, videos and interactive media while investigating an issue that affects the Bronx community.
•Learn computer, audio recording, video, interactive media and publishing techniques.
You must be between 14 – 19 years old
DEADLINE TO APPLY IS FRIDAY APRIL 17 at 11:45pm.
THIS IS A FREE PROGRAM WITH LIMITED SPACES AVAILABLE
Open call for SECRETS, BOUNDARIES AND VIDEO GAMES
PLEASE APPLY HERE
The Bronx Museum Teen Council is curating an exhibit based on these themes. Artists ages 15-19 are invited to enter up to three pieces of artwork centered around the themes “SECRETS, BOUNDARIES AND VIDEO GAMES,” to be exhibited at the museum summer 2015.
PLEASE NOTE: Submissions do not need to be related to video games for consideration!
WHO IS ELIGIBLE?
MEDIUMS OF ARTWORK ACCEPTED
SIZES AND RESTRICTIONS
Illustration by Cristal Rivera
Teen Saturdays give students an opportunity to explore new art forms, introducing new platforms for participants to express their viewpoints, engage their peers, and address relevant issues to the Bronx community.
Teen Summer Program
The People Make the Park
Teen Summer Program explore the stories behind New York City’s public parks. Teens ages 14-19 interview Bronx residents, park staff, artists, and park users in order to document what make these public spaces special. Teens work with museum educators and create diverse range of projects, from audio podcasts, signs and publications that share their findings with a wider public.
Dates and times: July 6th – July 23rd Mondays thru Thursdays 1:00pm-5:00pm
Application deadline Jun 7 Apply here
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.
Teen Summer is made possible with support from Best Buy Foundation, The Pinkerton Foundation, William Randolph Hearst Foundation, New York Yankees Foundation, and Anonymous.
Teen Publishers is made possible by the Hive Digital Media Learning Fund in The New York Community Trust, the Bay and Paul Foundations, and the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.
Teen Saturdays is made possible by the Royal Bank of Canada Foundation USA.