Teens

Students in the Gugggenheim teen writing program

Summer

Framing the Phrase: Creative Writing in the Galleries
Teens at the Guggenheim

Framing the Phrase, 2014. Photo: Tanya Ahmed

For teens in grades 9–12.

Teens explore modern and contemporary art and respond to works featured in the museum’s summer exhibitions through in-depth group conversations, sketching, and creative writing facilitated by a professional writer and educator.

The program takes place on August 3–6 and August 10–13, and concludes on August 15 with a reading for family and friends. Grades 9–12.

Download the application (PDF). Applications are due by June 12.

Download the program flyer (PDF) and share it with friends. Browse photos from teen programs at the Guggenheim’s Flickr.

For more information, see guggenheim.org/teenprograms or e-mail teenprograms@guggenheim.org.

Year-round

Teen Volunteers at the Guggenheim
A teen volunteer

Photo: Hanna Washburn

We are looking for energetic, outgoing, and articulate high school students to volunteer on weekends. Guggenheim Teen Volunteers assist adult staff and volunteers in our weekend Family Programs. Assignments include being a liaison for families in the lobby at our Family Programs Kiosk and facilitating gallery activities in our Just Drop In! programs.

Being a Teen Volunteer is great for fulfilling community service requirements, resume-building, and college applications. Please send a resume and statement of interest to teenvolunteers@guggenheim.org. Write “Teen Volunteer” in the subject line.

Deadlines to Apply

Summer Corps (June, July, and August commitment): April 24
Academic Year (September through May commitment): July 24

Seasonally

Teen Nights at the Guggenheim
Photo: Enid Alvarez

Photo: Emily Rivlin-Nadler

The Guggenheim invites teens to spend an evening exploring the exhibitions on view and enjoying music and refreshments. The most recent Teen Night was held in conjunction with Carrie Mae Weems’ weekend event, Carrie Mae Weems LIVE. Teens were invited to meet Weems' friend and fellow artist Carl Hancock Rux, followed by collaborative art making and refreshments.


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