Past Student Work

Teen Programs

The online archive below features digital artworks created by teens from the Guggenheim's after-school and summer programs. These works illustrate the dynamic and varied ways students have used technology as an interpretive tool for responding to and creating art. Explore the program archives by clicking on the links below.


Responding to Photography through Creative Writing

In response to the special exhibition Haunted: Contemporary Photography/Video/Performance and the Guggenheim's permanent collection, teens develop a portfolio of drawings and creative writing to be "published" in an artistic chapbook.


Digital Workshop: Sounding Off

Fictional audio art written and produced by teens invites new interpretations of the installations and sculpture of Louise Bourgeois.


Digital Workshop: Photography

Inspired by images from the exhibition Foto: Modernity in Central Europe, 1918–1945, high-school photographers turn their lenses on contemporary culture.

Digital Workshop: Taking Shape

In response to the exhibition The Shapes of Space, teens re-imagine the space around them using the 3-D modeling program SketchUp.

Digital Photography: Fact or Fiction

Exploring the power of Photoshopped images, teens present both fictional and factual photographic scenes inspired by the Family Pictures exhibition.


Drawing in Space

Large-scale, site-specific sculptures inspired by the work of David Smith become a digital reality with the 3-D modeling program SketchUp.


Color is the Keyboard

Kandinsky's theories about music and painting inspire Flash-based animations.

On Site/In Situ

After viewing Daniel Buren's Guggenheim intervention, teens use SketchUp to propose their own interventions in and around Frank Lloyd Wright's historic building.


Keith Haring: New Wave Aztec

Responding to the work of Keith Haring and The Aztec Empire exhibition, teens create animated symbols expressing change and duality.


Animating Pop

James Rosenquist paintings inspire an examination of pop culture and animated collages.


More than Meets the Eye

Animation becomes a means for teens to respond to chosen artworks in the Guggenheim's galleries.

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Marxz Rosado, The Process for Attaining the Signature of Pedro Albizu Campos in Neon Lights (Proceso para conseguir la firma de Pedro Albizu Campos en luces de neón), 1977–2002

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