Outside Opportunites 2018-19 (updated Feb. 8, 2019)
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92 St. YTeen Arts WeekCultural/Fun
NYC’s first Teen Arts Week is a weeklong celebration of youth arts engagement at cultural venues in all five boroughs.Created for teens by teens, the week connects young people with citywide cultural programs and creates an ongoing collaborative network of arts organizations.
May 13 - 19, 2019 A teen-led Summit at the 92nd Street Y will take place on Wednesday, May 15, 2019 from 4-6 pm. https://www.92y.org/teen-arts-week
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Ace Mentor ProgramAce Mentor ProgramMentorship Program
ACE is a free after-school program for high school students who want to learn about careers in Architecture, Construction, and/or Engineering.
Students are mentored by successful architects, construction managers, and engineers who meet as a team at mentors’ offices twice a month during the school year for two hours starting at 4:00 or 4:30PM.
Teams are organized like a real life project design team and include a developer/owner, an architectural firm, a construction management company, and engineering firms.

What will I do in ACE?
Students will learn what it is like to work in the design and construction industry and develop a design project tailored to their interests. Sessions will include hands-on activities, use of design software, office tours and field trips to construction/project sites. Students will also build a model and present the design project with their teammates at the end of the year.
(Apply by mid-October, 2018)All high school studentsOffices twice a month during the school year for two hours starting at 4:00 or 4:30PM.
www.acementor.org
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Adobe Project 1234Why I MarchChallenge
Create an image that represents #WomensWave, #EndViolenceAgainstWomen and the reasons behind why we are uniting worldwide Jan 2019.
(Jan. 14, 2019)Creators ages 13 to 24 years oldTo enter this challenge, sign in to Project 1324 on your mobile browser (Safari or Google Chrome preferred). Click Submit Your Work and upload from your camera roll. Multiple entries welcome.https://project1324.com/org/YNqHR
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Adobe Project 1234First Vote: Stories by TeensChallenge
First Vote is an exciting new project being undertaken by teens at Venice Arts, who are creating media-based stories that center on issues of concern to them.If you are a teen photographer or filmmaker between the age of 16 and 18, YOU are invited to join them! Films may be in any genre—documentary, journalism, narrative, experimental—but must be no more than 3 minutes in length. Submissions by individuals or teams are accepted. Single photograph submissions, only, with captions. In addition to having your art featured here, work may be selected for a special exhibition and film screening at Venice Arts in Los Angeles, in September!
Opens May 1, 201913 to 24 year old creatorsTo enter this challenge, sign in to Project 1324 on your mobile browser (Safari or Google Chrome preferred). Click Submit Your Work and upload from your camera roll. Multiple entries welcome.https://project1324.com/challenge/2Sz5k
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Alfred CeramicsJeffrey Ahn Fellowship AwardFellowship Award
The Jeffrey Ahn, Jr. Fellowship is an annual award for young artists to produce extraordinary independent projects. In providing creative capital to young people, the Fellowship seeks to foster a positive educational and creative process that empowers them to be working artists for a summer, and to experience the freedom and the responsibility that such trust entails. Fellowship awards are merit-based and open to young artists from any background or country.
(Phase 1 applications due Dec. 15, 2018)Applicants up to 21 years oldhttp://www.alfredceramics.com/opportunities/the-jeffrey-ahn-jr-fellowship-2019-call-for-applications
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American Folk Art MuseumTeen Leaders ProgramInternship
The Teen Leader Program brings New York City high school students together with artists, curators, and educators to discuss art critically and to think creatively. Participating students explore folk and self-taught art through interdisciplinary connections.
To learn more or for an application, contact Rachel Rosen, director of education, at 212. 265. 1040, ext. 381, or rrosen@folkartmuseum.org.High school juniors and seniors are eligible to become teen leaders at the museum. The Teen Leader Program runs September through June and meets Tuesdays from 4–5:30 pm.https://folkartmuseum.org/resources/teen-docent-blog/
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Art LabSummer Studio Scholarship Program (S.I.)Summer Program
This six-week intensive summer program gives students (teens to adults) the opportunity to gain knowledge, develop new and existing skills and explore career options under the supervision and guidance of professional artists and university level instructors. Lessons concentrate on drawing, painting, sculpture, and art history. Studio work is supplemented by visits to professional studios, galleries and museums.
Applications are reviewed in early June.13-15 years old; 16-18 years oldSix week summer programhttps://artlabsi.com/programs/summer-studio-scholarship-program/
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Art Students League of NYArt Classes
Drawing, painting, sculpture, printmaking, welding and assemblage in 100 affordable studio art classes.
Open to all levelsSee website for class listingshttps://www.theartstudentsleague.org
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Arts Connection - Art2ArtDear Evan HansenOpportunity
Art2Art: Dear Evan Hansen is a unique ArtsConnection Teen Program for visual artists from NYC public high schools to draw inspiration from a hit musical currently on Broadway. Teens will meet fellow teen artists, participate in an interactive workshop, and attend a performance of Dear Evan Hansen on Broadway, which will include a talkback with members of the cast/creative team. Teens will create a piece of art inspired by the musical and their art will be displayed in an online gallery. Some pieces will be exhibited in the Music Box Theatre.
(Sunday, January 20, 2019 by 11:59 pm)NYC public high school students (grades 9-12); students must be available for all dates to participate; students should demonstrate a commitment to and background in the visual arts; students who have particiapted in an Arts Connection Teen Program are encouraged to apply; applicants from broad array of arts experiences considered.Workshop: Tuesday, February 12, from 4:30-6:30pm; Attend performance Tuesday, February 19 6 pm to 10 pm; art due to ArtsConnection Friday, March 8 by 5 pm; celecbration Tuesday, April 2 5 pmhttps://teens.artsconnection.org/art2art/
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Arts Connection/Art2ArtHigh 5 TicketsCultural
For just $5 middle and high school students can gain access to hundreds of performances and exhibitions throughout the city. We also provide a variety of FREE events for teens — from attending a Meet-Up to creating art in response to a live performance or a visual art exhibition.
Subscribe to Arts Connection newletter to receive notification on upcoming $5 shows and events. Register through their website. https://us6.list-manage.com/subscribe?u=4cd5bd25e0&id=31123f2d12Must be in middle or high school.Varies. See website.https://teens.artsconnection.org/high5/
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Arts Connection/Art2ArtPizza and a MovieFun
Pizza and a Movie (PaaM) is a free monthly program that invites high school students to join in a night of film, pizza and conversation. Each month we have hosts present a new theme and a choice of three movies. The group votes to decide what we’ll watch. Post movie, the teens get a chance to learn more about the movie and explore how it ties into the theme. Each month a select group of teens are featured in The Slice, a monthly movie review on our online blog
Open to all teens.First Friday of each month.https://teens.artsconnection.org/paam/
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Arts Connection/Art2ArtTeens Curate TeensOpportunity/ Internship
Teens Curate Teens is a free out-of-school program that brings together NYC public high school artists and curators to produce an art exhibition based on a theme each Spring.
(Call out for theme input now. See website for details. Details announce Jan. 20, 2019_NYC high school artists and curatorsDetails tbd. Exhibition Spring 2019 See website for more details for submissions.https://teens.artsconnection.org/tct/
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Arts Connection/Art2ArtStudent Art ProgramCall for entries
The Student Art Program is an ongoing exhibition program with eight opportunities a year for NYC public school students in 6th -12th grade to showcase your artwork. We send open calls for thematic exhibitions that are curated, framed and installed in the offices of corporate partners. Exhibiting artists receive an award and come to an opening reception with fellow artists.
(Call for entries December 1, 2018. Deadline February 8, 2019 See Application instructions on website).Middle and high school studentshttps://teens.artsconnection.org/sap/
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Arts Connection/Art2ArtTeen Reviewers and Critics (TRaC)OpportunityThe Teen Reviewers and Critics (TRaC) Program is a FREE after-school opportunity for high school students to explore the arts in NYC. Participants spend ten weeks attending cutting-edge theater, dance and music performances; visiting artist studios, galleries, and museums; mastering NYC’s subway system; learning the art of discussion and critical writing; producing media content; and so much more!(1/20/2019)NYC public high school 10-12th gradeTuesdays, 4:30 to 6:30 pm February 0 Mayhttps://teens.artsconnection.org/trac/
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BRAC (Bronx River Art Center)Various classesVarioushttp://www.bronxriverart.org/education.cfm
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Brooklyn MuseumTeen NightsFun
At Teen Nights you can see and make art, hear music, dance, win raffles, and meet new people.
Fridays 5 pm to 7:30 pm Jan 25, March 15, May 10, June 7 (LBTQ)https://www.brooklynmuseum.org/education/teens/teen_events
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Brooklyn MuseumWork Study and Art ClassesPaid Internship
Build your résumé while taking an art class free of charge in this internship for teens! As a work-study student volunteer, you’ll assist professional teaching artists in classes for students ages six and up, then take your own art class with other teens for free.
(January 20, 2019)To apply, you need to be 1) a high school sophomore, junior, or senior, and 2) able to commit to the required activities below:See Websitehttps://www.brooklynmuseum.org/education/teens/gallery-studio-work-study
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Brooklyn MuseumMuseum Apprentice ProgramPaid Internship
In this paid internship, join other New York City teens to immerse yourself in art and art history, and learn about museum education while creating your own lessons for audiences of all ages.
Deadline closed for 2018 (Sept. 23, 2018) You need to be 1) a high school student, 2) at least fourteen years old, and 3) able to commit to the work schedule below, which takes place October through August.https://www.brooklynmuseum.org/education/teens/museum-apprentices
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Brooklyn MuseumTeen Night Planning CommitteePaid Internship
In this paid internship, join other New York City teens to produce Teen Nights—free events inspired by our special exhibitions. Work collaboratively to dream up, organize, and promote live music, workshops, food, and fun.
Deadline closed for 2018 (Oct. 14,2018)To apply, you need to be 1) a high school student, 2) at least fourteen years old, and 3) able to commit to the work schedule below, which takes place December through May:https://www.brooklynmuseum.org/education/teens/teen_planning
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Brooklyn MuseumInterseXtions: Gender and SexualityPaid InternshipDeadline closed for 2018 (Oct. 7, 2018)Open to all NYC teens, ages 14–19, who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans*, two-spirit, gender nonconforming, questioning, queer, intersex and/or asexual. Must be able to commit to weekly meetings on Tuesdays, from 5 to 7 pm, November through June, and occasional field trips and activities on weekends and other days, to be determined.https://www.brooklynmuseum.org/education/teens/lgbtq
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Casita Maria Center for Arts and EducationVariedVaried
Casita Maria offers a variety of programs, including paid employment for teens through ArtWorks Summer Internships, high school portfolio development, high school and college preparation, and more.
Rolling applicationsSee Websitehttps://www.brooklynmuseum.org/education/teens/gallery-studio-work-study
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Center for ArchitectureArchitecture and Design College FairCollege Fair
The Architecture and Design College Fair provides an opportunity for school representatives to interface with students, parents and school counselors who are interested in speaking with representatives from undergraduate architecture and design schools. High School students from the tri-state area are invited to attend this free college fair to learn more about applying to architecture school. Representatives from schools both within and outside of New York State will be on-hand at the Center for Architecture to meet with students and answer questions.
RSVPAll high school students(11/3/2018)https://aiany.secure.force.com/pmtx/evt__QuickEvent?id=a0b6100000CDZk9
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City College of New YorkCity Art LabOpportunity
Explore new materials and methods with practicing artists. Meet other art-minded teens from all over NYC. Develop artwork for a portfolio. Learn about life in college while on campus at CCNY. Collaborate with graduate students to help them become better better educators. Exhibit your artwork
(Feb. 16, 2018)Saturdays?http://www.artedcitycollege.org/category/city-art-lab/
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Cooper HewittTeen Programs: Design Scholars ProgramAfter school program
During Spring 2019, Design Scholars will explore fashion design, graphic design, product design, and interaction design. Scholars will build skills in problem-solving, creative thinking, and collaboration; make real-world connections; and engage in approaches that designers use to address complex challenges. In addition to working on hands-on projects, Scholars will meet designers from different fields and visit studios to learn more about the design process.
Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis. Rising sophmores, juniors and seniorsRequired weekly after-school sessions from 4:30 to 6:30 pm on Tuesdays Feb. 5 thru May 14, 2019https://www.cooperhewitt.org/education/emerging-designers/
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Cooper HewittNational High School Design CompetitionCompetition
Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum launched the National High School Design Competition in collaboration with Target in 2016. Every year, students around the country are challenged to design a solution to a unique scenario, inspired by Cooper Hewitt’s rich collection and stimulating exhibitions.
Feb. 11, 201913-19 years old, 9-12th gradeshttps://www.cooperhewitt.org/2019-design-challenge/
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Cooper HewittTeen Programs: Design PrepSummer programHands-on workshops led by professional designers that help build skills and portfolio in graphic design, fashion and architecture. Museum Closed for Gov't shutdownAll teensWednesday, Jan. 16, 2019https://www.cooperhewitt.org/event/designprep-product-branding-01-16-2019/
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Cooper HewittTeen Programs: Teen Design FairCollege and professional fair
Teens are invited to talk with top designers working in the fields of fashion, product design, architecture, graphic design, and more to explore design careers from professional designers, discover career paths, learn the complexities of what designers do, and find out what designers love about their jobs. Design colleges from across the country are also on hand to answer questions.

Fall of 2019https://www.cooperhewitt.org/education/emerging-designers/
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Cooper UnionThe Cooper Union Saturday ProgramFree Saturday Classes
Six free studio art courses enrolling over 200 New York City Public High School students.
For more information and an application, call Saturday Program Office at (212) 353-4108.Grades 9 - 12Most classes meet from 10:00am to 5:00pm on Saturdays for two semesters, October through April.https://cooper.edu/academics/outreach-and-pre-college/saturday-program
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Cooper UnionSummer STEM ProgramSummer Stem Intensive
The Albert Nerken School of Engineering at the Cooper Union has been preparing high school students to pursue undergraduate careers in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields for over 25 years.

The Summer STEM Program is a six-week intensive that immerses current high school sophomores and juniors in hands-on engineering design and problem-solving, thereby placing them on the right track for careers in technological innovation. Projects range broadly and include robotics, digital fabrication, computer programming and app development, biomedical and genetic engineering, improved urban infrastructure, and even racecar design. Faculty and teaching assistants from the departments of civil, chemical, electrical, and mechanical engineering provide students with foundational knowledge and expert guidance to address real-world problems in their respective disciplines of expertise.
Check back in January '19 for application requirementscurrent high school sophomores and juniorsFrom last year "Program Period: Monday, July 10 through Thursday, August 17."http://cooper.edu/engineering/summer-stem
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Cooper UnionOutreach Pre-College Summer Art Program - PortfolioPortfolio Review
The Cooper Union Outreach helps high school students prepare a portfolio for college applications, worthy of top undergraduate programs. All students take drawing classes, with additional workshops in printmaking, photography, 3D design and 2D design. A seminar on contemporary art issues encourages students to think critically, discuss and write about current issues. This seminar includes guest speakers and visits to art venues in New York City.

Participants choose a two-day studio concentration, devoting the rest of the week to intensive drawing instruction and the study of contemporary art issues. A faculty of professional working artists teach all portfolio preparation classes. A mix of local, out-of-town and international students will engage with the vast cultural resources of New York City through visits to major museums and gallery districts. Guest Artists in Residence offer a close-up view of professional practice in action. The program culminates with a student exhibition, a publication of art and writings, and a public animation screening with a reception in Cooper’s Great Hall.
To apply, students must register online here, and attend a portfolio review on Saturday, Feb. 9, 2019 10:00AM–2:00PM at 41 Cooper Square, RM 101. Bring 10 to 20 pieces that you feel best represent your abilities. Please include drawings from observation and bring your sketchbook(s)! 10th—12th grade students are eligible.New York City area high school students, grades 10–12, are eligible to apply. 5–8 week courses Saturday Feb. 9, 2019https://cooper.edu/academics/outreach-and-pre-college/outreach
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Cooper UnionOutreach Pre-College Summer Art Program - Saturday ClassesSaturday Classes
The Cooper Union Outreach helps high school students prepare a portfolio for college applications, worthy of top undergraduate programs. All students take drawing classes, with additional workshops in printmaking, photography, 3D design and 2D design. A seminar on contemporary art issues encourages students to think critically, discuss and write about current issues. This seminar includes guest speakers and visits to art venues in New York City.

Participants choose a two-day studio concentration, devoting the rest of the week to intensive drawing instruction and the study of contemporary art issues. A faculty of professional working artists teach all portfolio preparation classes. A mix of local, out-of-town and international students will engage with the vast cultural resources of New York City through visits to major museums and gallery districts. Guest Artists in Residence offer a close-up view of professional practice in action. The program culminates with a student exhibition, a publication of art and writings, and a public animation screening with a reception in Cooper’s Great Hall.
To apply, students must register online here, and attend a portfolio review on Saturday, Feb. 9, 2019 10:00AM–2:00PM at 41 Cooper Square, RM 101. Bring 10 to 20 pieces that you feel best represent your abilities. Please include drawings from observation and bring your sketchbook(s)! 10th—12th grade students are eligible.New York City area high school students, grades 10–12, are eligible to apply. 5–8 week courses Saturday, Feb. 23 - April 13, 2019 9 am to 5 pmhttps://cooper.edu/academics/outreach-and-pre-college/outreach
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Cooper UnionSummer Intensive (Tuition/Fee -Scholarship available)Summer Intensives
The Cooper Union Summer Art Intensive helps high school students prepare a portfolio for college applications, worthy of top undergraduate programs. Participants choose a three day studio concentration, devoting the rest of the week to intensive drawing instruction and the study of contemporary art issues. A faculty of professional working artists teach all portfolio preparation classes. A mix of local, out-of-town and international students will engage with the vast cultural resources of New York City through visits to major museums and gallery districts. Guest Artists in Residence offer a close-up view of professional practice in action. The program culminates with a student exhibition, a publication of art and writings, and a public animation screening with a reception in Cooper’s Great Hall.
Application and portfolio due April 15, 2019high school studentsClasses take place July 1—31, 2019 Monday—Thursdays from 9am—4pm, with an art exhibition reception on August 1st, 4—7pm.http://cooper.edu/academics/outreach-and-pre-college/summer-art-intensive/apply
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CUE Art FoundationOpen Call for ArtistsSolo Show/Exhibit
CUE’s Open Calls provide artists and emerging curators the opportunity and necessary resources to realize an exhibition at CUE’s storefront gallery in East Chelsea, New York. Each year, a panel of established artists and curators select two solo exhibitions and one curatorial project to be realized at CUE. Finalists are paired with a member of the selection panel, who works with them as a mentor throughout the process of planning and mounting the exhibition. CUE provides institutional guidance, generous honoraria, a shipping budget, and an accompanying exhibition catalogue with a critical essay by a participant in CUE's Art Critic Mentoring Program.
Applications accepted once in early Spring '19.See websitehttp://cueartfoundation.org/solo-exhibition-open-call
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CUE Art FoundationCUE Teen Art CollectiveOpportunity
The CUE Teen Collective is a free, after school program designed for NYC high school students interested in art careers. Participants meet on Thursday afternoons from October through May to investigate the contemporary art world, develop professional skills, and produce a group exhibition in CUE’s gallery space. The CUE Teen Collective aims to cultivate teens’ personal artistic voices and to expand their notions of what art can be and how artists function within the world today. We pay particular attention to collaboration, non-traditional art and artists, and hybrid career paths. Through field trips, engagement with CUE’s exhibiting artists, and conversations with art professionals, participants are offered unique access to NYC’s art world.
Currently no calls for submissions.high school students in grades 10 and 11https://cueartfoundation.submittable.com/submit/73e011ce-b2f2-4439-bc3e-1b2be06d5cc4/cue-teen-collective-2017-2018
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Dedalus FoundationDedalus Foundation High School ScholarshipsScholarship
The Dedalus Foundation High School Scholarships are administered by the Department of Education of the City of New York. The Foundation will provide up to 7 fine arts scholarships of $2,000 each to graduating seniors who intend to further their studies at an accredited college, university, or art school. The scholarship money must be used for school expenses.
Typically around mid AprilGraduating, college-bound New York City public high school seniorsSee website for all details and requirementshttps://www.dedalusfoundation.org/sites/default/files/High_School_Scholarship_Guidelines_FOR_WEBSITE.pdf
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Dedalus FoundationPre-College Portfolio WorkshopsPortfolio
These classes are for people ages 16-20 who are interested in attending an art college or university. Students will develop technical skills and confidence while learning how to make their portfolio stand out with the assistance of experienced teaching artists. These free classes require registration.
TBDAges 16-20Jul-19http://dedalusfoundation.org/pre-college-portfolio-workshops-register
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DreamYardDreamYard High School ProgramsVaried
Bronx-based DreamYard programs develop artistic voice, nurture young peoples’ desire to make change and cultivate the skills necessary to reach positive goals. We believe that young people in the Bronx need a continuous set of supports to help them towards positive outcomes as they navigate their educational pathway. We have every expectation that through offering sustained and meaningful supports our youth will develop the necessary tools to become creative and engaged citizens, life-long learners and the leaders and innovators of the 21st century.
Weekday Programs:
Poetry & Spoken Word
Music & Lyric Production

Saturday Programs:
ACTION (11th Grade only): Arts & Activism
Bronx Arts Collective: Drawing & Painting
Bronx Acting Ensemble: Theater & Drama
Fashion & Maker
http://www.dreamyard.com/high-school-weekday-programs-application
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El MuseoYouth CouncilOpportunity
El Museo Teens is a free, after school program designed for youth from all 5 boroughs, ages 14-19 who are interested in having an all access pass to El Museo’s art, education and artist community. Teens will have the opportunity to create strong networks with museum staff and artists to develop special projects based on the interest of each member.
(1/18/2019)Ages 14-19http://www.elmuseo.org/teens/
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FITSummer High School WorkshopsWorkshop Intensives
FIT's Precollege Workshops are fun, short programs designed to introduce you to some of the unusual and creative topics FIT specializes in. Spend four days on our New  York City campus learning a specific skill or technique, or delve into one of the   many career opportunities FIT prepares students for. Perfect for the student who wants the FIT experience but is limited on time, you'll be both challenged and inspired  by how much you'll learn in just four days!  Fee
Registration begins around March 15, 2019High School 9 - 12th gradersTBDhttp://www.fitnyc.edu/precollege/classes/high-school-summer-workshops.php
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Frick CollectionFrick Forum for High School StudentsAfter school programCalling all inquiring minds! Frick Forum for High School Studentsis an after-school program that promotes close looking and the free exchange of ideas. Forum members study great works of art from the Frick's permanent collection and special exhibitions. FREE(1/10/2019)High School 9 - 12th graders4:30- 6:00 pm on eight selected Fridays from January through May 2019.https://www.frick.org/programs/students/frick_forum
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Frick CollectionFirst FridaysFun
Enjoy free museum admission and gallery talks, music performances, and sketching, or simply find yourself in the company of the Old Masters and art enthusiasts from around the world.
Admission is free and on a first come/first serve basisFirst Fridays of every month. 6 pm to 9 pmhttps://www.frick.org/programs/student/browse
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FriezeFrieze TeensOpportunity
The Freize Teens program supports high school students by providing them with the unique opportunity to interact with key players in the contemporary art world. From September through June, Frieze Teens meet weekly for a total of 28 workshops and site visits developing a comprehensive understanding of the myriad careers and current practice of the contemporary art world. Frieze Teens form a peer community and work collaboratively to investigate and broaden their artistic perspectives.
No info for 2019All high school studentsSaturdays 10:30-12pm September through Mayhttps://frieze.com/tags/frieze-teens
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Global Action ProjectYouth Breaking Borders, Supafriends, Community Media in Action, Movement History TimelineCollaborative Film
Global Action Project cultivates and trains youth from low-income, new immigrant, TGNC (trans and gender non-conforming) and LGBQ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Queer) communities to grow their leadership, make media and tell innovative stories that promote and amplify movements for social justice.Learn how to make videos you care about.
OngoingTeensOngoingFor application:https://www.global-action.org/youth-producer-application
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GoogleDoodle for GoogleCall for Entries
Calling all K-12 students – bring your creativity to life in a Doodle of the Google logo, using any medium you choose for the chance to be a Doodle 4 Google winner. The National Winner’s artwork will be featured on the Google homepage, and will win a $30,000 scholarship and a $50,000 tech grant for their school. Theme: When I Grow Up I Hope.....
Open for submissions until March 19, 2019https://doodles.google.com/d4g/
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Graphic Communications Scholarship FoundationScholarshipsScholarship
The foundation provides support to New York City metro area students pursuing careers in graphic communications. Provides money for school; mentorship; and more.
(May 7, 2018)Graduating senior high school student taking graphic art classes.http://www.in3.org/ga/scholarshipinfo/index.htm
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GroundswellPortfolio DevelopmentPortfolio Development
Groundswell's Portfolio Development program is a rigorous, pre-professional training program that serves as a capstone opportunity for our broader youth programs. Groundswell high school students interested in pursuing a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree work with professional artists to develop a complete portfolio for their college applications and apply for scholarships. 
Program started. See website for details how to apply.Ages 17-19Mondays 4 pm to 7 pm Ocober 29, 2018 to April 8, 2019https://www.groundswell.nyc/programs/studio-programs/portfolio-development
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GroundswellSegueOpportunity
Learn how to use art as a tool for social justice and connect with the Gowanus, Brooklyn community. Art-making might include photography, drawings, painting, sculpture, printmaking and more!
Ages 13-16Thursdays 4 pm to 6 pm November 8, 2018 to March 8, 2019https://www.groundswell.nyc/programs/studio-programs/segue
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GroundswellTeen Empowerment Mural ApprenticeshipFun Opportunity
Research, design and paint a work of public art collaboratively with Groundswell artists and community partners. You don't have to be experienced to join, but you must be interested in art, community and social justice.
Program started. See website for details how to apply.Ages 16-19Tuesday 4 pm to 7 pm Nov. 13, 2018 to April 9, 2019https://www.groundswell.nyc/programs/studio-programs/teen-empowerment-mural-apprenticeship
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GuggenheimTeen Course: Exploring Contemporary ArtOpportunity
How is contemporary art displayed in a museum? What issues can contemporary art address? This program gives high schoolers a deeper understanding of these topics and an exclusive glimpse into the inner workings of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, an institution devoted to the art of the 20th century and beyond. Over the course of five weeks, students will consider the role of contemporary art in a museum today, visit the galleries after hours, and participate in group discussions facilitated by curators, artists, and educators.
None listed - just register at URL provided hereGrades 9 - 12; $200Five Mondays beginning February 12, 2018https://www.guggenheim.org/event/teen-course-exploring-contemporary-art
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GuggenheimTeen Volunteers at the GuggenheimInternship
We are looking for energetic, outgoing, and articulate high school students to volunteer on weekends. Teen volunteers assist adult staff and volunteers by acting as liaisons for families in the lobby at our Family Activity Kiosk and facilitating gallery activities in our Open Studio programs
(January 30, 2019 for summer '19)Grades 9-12June-August 2019https://www.guggenheim.org/internships
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Gutenberg AwardsPrint Media ContestCall for Entries
The Gutenberg Award recognizes exceptional achievement in the field of Graphic Arts.
(June 1, 2018)See website for rules and procedureshttp://gceaonline.org/student-resources/student-contests/gutenberg-award/
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International Center of PhotographyTeen Image MakersOpportunity
Teen Academy Imagemakers enables motivated high school juniors and seniors to advance their photography, writing, and public speaking skills while developing an awareness of the creative and professional possibilities in the field. This weekly after-school program provides teen photographers with guidance from some of New York’s best teaching artists, field trips to museums, galleries, and studios, college-prep workshops, pre-professional assignments, mentorship opportunities in the field, and extensive access to ICP’s facilities. This program is designed for students who are interested in pursuing photography in college and/ or as a career. By the end of the year, students will create an extensive portfolio, including an artist’s statement and résumé. A selection of their best work is featured in a culminating gallery exhibition.
Sept. 2019Grades 11-12Yearlong opportunity from Sept thru June. Call 212.857.0058 or email teen_academy@icp.org. To register for classes, view our online course catalog or call 212.857.0001 https://www.icp.org/sites/default/files/19W_Flyer.pdf
https://www.icp.org/school/teen-academy
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International Center of PhotographyTeen Producers AcademyPhotography Classes
With classes for beginners such as Photography I in Black & White: Camera & Darkroom, as well as more advanced courses like Photography I in Color: Color Film & Darkroom and Photography II in Black & White: The Self-Published Artist, our 10-week classes facilitate spaces for high school students to develop their knowledge of photography, critical thinking, writing, and public speaking.
(Registration opens November 28, 2018. Classes begin January 2019. See website for offerings and details.)All high school studentsVariesCall 212.857.0058 or email teen_academy@icp.org. To register for classes, view our online course catalog or call 212.857.0001 https://www.icp.org/sites/default/files/19W_Flyer.pdf
https://www.icp.org/school/teen-academy
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LaGuardia Alumni & FriendsSummer Program AssistanceScholarshipAlumni & Friends of LaGuardia (A&F) is pleased to accept applications for the 2019 Summer Scholarship Program. This is a program for current freshmen, sophomores, and juniors who may be considering a program for summer 2019 to further their talent in their studio, but who may not have the financial means.(1/24/2019)LaG Freshmen, Sophmore, and Juniors with financial needFor outside programs Summer '19https://alumniandfriends.org/summer-study/
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Maysles EducationTeen Producers AcademyOpportunity Grades 10-12https://www.maysles.org/teen-producers-academy/
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Memorial Sloan KetteringMemorial Sloan Kettering Summer Student ProgramSummer Internship(Applications open Dec. 7, 2018)Completion of 9th grade by June 2018
3.5 GPA in Science subjects
8 week commitment to program
eligible to work in US
Summer 2019https://www.mskcc.org/education-training/high-school-college/hopp-summer-student
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Metropolitan Museum of ArtSchool Year InternshipsSchool Year Internship
Calling all artists, writers, thinkers, and designers! Interested in finding out about careers in museums? Apply for a high school internship at The Met to meet experts, find mentors, make friends, gain professional experience, and more.
TBDGrade 10 or 11, attending HS in NY, NJ or CTAcademic Yearhttps://www.metmuseum.org/about-the-met/internships/high-school
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Metropolitan Museum of ArtSummer Internship PaidSummer Internship Paid
Calling all artists, writers, thinkers, and designers! Interested in finding out about careers in museums? Apply for a high school internship at The Met to meet experts, find mentors, make friends, gain professional experience, and more.
(February 1, 2018 to check on deadline date (was April last year)Students who will be rising juniors or rising seniors during the summer of the internship and who either reside in or attend a high school or home school in New York, New Jersey, or Connecticut can connect with arts, museum, and creative professionals as they develop professional skills and experience.Summer '19 TBDhttps://www.metmuseum.org/about-the-met/internships/high-school
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Metropolitan Museum of ArtTeen PassFree Pass to Museum
Check your backpack at the door, and travel around the world and across time at the Met! All you need for unlimited free admission is this Teen Pass and a valid middle or high school ID. Use this pass and keep it in your wallet for access to some of the world’s greatest art, anytime the mood strikes you.
Show student ID at entrySee website for museum hourshttps://metmuseum.org/-/media/files/learn/for-teens/teen-pass.pdf
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Metropolitan Museum of ArtSaturday SketchingSaturday Class
Experiment with different drawing approaches as you sketch from original works of art in the Museum's galleries with the guidance of an artist-instructor. Thinking of applying to an art high school or college? These classes are a great way to build a portfolio. Attend one or all of the monthly classes. Materials are provided.
Register nowAge 11 -19December 8; January 12; Feb. 9, 2019 1 pm to 3 pmhttps://metmuseum.org/events/programs/teens/saturday-sketching
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Metropolitan Museum of ArtCareer Lab/Branding Sell YourselfFree Class
Explore careers in the arts, hang with other teens, learn from Professionals. Attend 6 or more and get a certificate of participation.
Online reservation encouragedAges 15-18Monday, February 15, 2010https://www.metmuseum.org/events/programs/teens/career-labs
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Metropolitan Museum of ArtCareer Lab/PhotographyFree Class
Explore careers in the arts, hang with other teens, learn from Professionals. Attend 6 or more and get a certificate of participation.
Online reservation encouragedAges 15 - 18(Friday, January 25, 2019)https://www.metmuseum.org/events/programs/teens/career-labs
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Metropolitan Museum of ArtTeen NightsFun/Friday Nights
Grab your friends and take over The Met for the night. Drop in for teen-only activities across the Museum including art making, performances, music, and more.
Free and open to students 13 - 18Friday evenings https://metmuseum.org/events/programs/teens/teen-night
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MoMACross-Museum CollectiveOpportunity
For alumni of our In the Making studio art courses. CMC teens split their time between MoMA and MoMA PS1, exploring the inner workings of art institutions and the contemporary art world, discussing exhibitions with curators, going on exclusive tours within the Museum's different departments, and collaborating with a contemporary artist.
Nothing listedThe Cross-Museum Collective program is open to students who have completed previous In the Making courses only.CMC runs from late January through mid-May, meeting once a week after school at either MoMA or MoMA PS1.https://www.moma.org/calendar/programs/87
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MoMASummer High School InternshipPaid Internship
Students who will be rising juniors or rising seniors during the summer of the internship and who either reside in or attend a high school or home school in New York, New Jersey, or Connecticut can connect with arts, museum, and creative professionals as they develop professional skills and experience.
Deadline closed for 2018 (Application available Feb. 2, 2018 and due April 2, 2018)https://www.metmuseum.org/about-the-met/internships/high-school/summer-high-school-internships
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MoMaSchool Year High School InternshipsPaid Internship
The High School Internship Program allows you to connect with arts, museum, and creative professionals as you develop professional skills, network, and gain work experience during the academic year.
Deadline closed for 2018 (Application available Aug. 1 2018 and due Oct. 26, 2018)The Met High School Internship Program offers paid opportunities for students in grade 10 or 11 on the application deadline date who either reside in or attend a high school or home school in New York.https://www.metmuseum.org/about-the-met/internships/high-school/school-year-high-school-internships
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Museum of Art and DesignArtslife InternshipPaid Internship
Artslife is a paid summer internship program for rising sophomores and juniors in high school that combines art and design with leadership training, museum studies, and community engagement. Participants are introduced to museum careers such as Curatorial, Education, Development, Public Relations and Marketing, Visitor Services, Security, and Registrar.
March 31, 2019Rising sophmores and juniorsJuly 9 - August 23, 2019 Tuesdays - Fridays 10 am to 4 pmhttp://madmuseum.org/learn/artslife
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National Honor Society of High School ScholarsVisual Arts CompetitionScholarship/ Competition
High school students may submit visual art and photography, painting, drawing, ceramics, glass, sculpture, mixed media, printmaking, weaving, digital and 35mm photography. Prize money awarded.
Open date 12/15/18 Close Date 5/30/2019See website for all detailshttps://www.nshss.org/scholarships/s/nshss-visual-arts-competition-2019/
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National Society of Arts and LettersNaomi Rabb Winston Scholarship in 2-dimensional ArtScholarship
An annual scholarship in honor of the late Naomi Rabb Winston, a distinguished artist and mother of Shirley Rabb Winston who endowed the Winston Scholarships, is available through the National Society of Arts and Letters to visual artists ages 16 to 22. Applicants must demonstrate exceptional talent and promise of future success.
Applications due to chapters by 2/1/2019US Citizen; 16 or older; must not have won in the pastSee website for all rules and regulationshttp://arts-nsal.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/WinstonArt-2019v3.pdf
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National Young Arts FoundationYoung Arts AwardsCompetition (Award $)
Very prestigious competition that includes visual arts, photography, design arts and performing arts. Winners get professioal mentoring; first step to competing as potential presidential scholar.
(Oct. 12, 2018) (Winners announced Dec. 1, 2018)Ages 15-18; Grades 10-12See website for all rules and regulationshttps://www.youngarts.org
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New Education MuseumTeen Apprentice ProgramPaid Internship
Each summer, the New Museum Teen Apprentice Program offers students work experience and exposure to contemporary art and ideas through on-the-job-training, career-development talks, field trips, and group projects that engage the Museum’s summer exhibitions. A stipend is available for all selected participants.
Youth are selected via lottery through the city’s Summer Youth Employment Program. You can apply directly on the Department of Youth & Community Development website. Once selected, youth will be placed at the New Museum via the program provider, Chinese American Planning Council in Manhattan.Ages 14-19Six weeks in July and August https://www.newmuseum.org/pages/view/education
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New Education MuseumExperimental Study ProgramOpportunity Free
Every spring and fall, this free semester-long program offers fifteen participants the chance to learn about contemporary art, engage directly with artists, and participate in intimate, critical discussions about culture. Through close work with peers in interactive workshops, participants have the opportunity to collaborate with artists in residence at the New Museum.
(2/7/2019)Ages 14-19Thursdays 4 - 6 pm Feb. 28 to May 2, 2019https://www.newmuseum.org/pages/view/education
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New Education MuseumFree PassesFunFree membership!Ages 15-18https://www.newmuseum.org/pages/view/education
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New Education MuseumTeen NightFun
This popular annual event is free and requires no preregistration. The evening program features performances, gallery conversations, and hands-on activities organized by teens. Teen Night at the New Museum is developed in collaboration with the Museum Teen Summit, a teen-focused cultural advocacy group, empowering young people through participation in the arts. Museum Teen Summit creates opportunities for teens to gain experience working in the cultural sector.
Friday nights. Check back for Spring '19 schedule.https://www.newmuseum.org/pages/view/education
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New York Historical SocietyStudent Historian Internship - School YearInternship
Student Historian interns are high school-aged students who use the resources of New-York Historical to conduct exciting research and share their scholarship through creative projects. Interns meet with professional staff to learn about careers in the museum, library, and history fields; work collaboratively with fellow students to develop their public speaking and leadership skills; and engage in hands-on work to deepen their understanding of American history and art.
August - applications openHigh School aged studentsAcademic Year: November – June, every Wednesday, 4:00 – 6:30 pm (excluding NYC public school holidays) Applications are no longer being accepted for the academic year. Please check back again for updates on the summer internship program.http://www.nyhistory.org/education/teen-programs/student-historian-program
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New York Historical SocietyStudent Historian Internship - SummerInternship
Student Historian interns are high school-aged students who use the resources of New-York Historical to conduct exciting research and share their scholarship through creative projects. Interns meet with professional staff to learn about careers in the museum, library, and history fields; work collaboratively with fellow students to develop their public speaking and leadership skills; and engage in hands-on work to deepen their understanding of American history and art.
February 25, 2019High School aged students
July 3 – August 8, Tuesday – Thursday, 10 am – 3 pm and additional Friday, July 5
https://www.nyhistory.org/education/teen-programs/student-historian-program
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New York State Summer School of the ArtsSummer School for the Visual Arts4-week Summer Art Intensive. Tuition based; Financial Assistance Available
Founded in 1970, the New York State Summer School of the Arts (NYSSSA) is a highly-competitive summer arts residential program funded by the New York State Education Department and student tuition. The four week, pre-professional summer curriculum includes individual and group instruction designed to help each student explore and develop their talents in ballet, choral studies, modern dance, visual arts, media arts, orchestral studies, or theatre. Students live in a college dorm and take classes from performing and visual artists for 6-12 hours a day, six days a week in their area of concentration. Based on SUNY college campuses.
Digital portfolios due Feb. 28, 2019To be eligible to attend NYSSSA a student MUST be currently in grades 8-12 (students in grades 6 and 7 may apply for the School of Ballet) and a full time resident of New York State (Summer or occasional residency does not meet residency qualifications). Students who are not currently in the required grades or who reside out-of-state are not eligible to audition for NYSSSA.July 6 - August 2, 2019. SUNY Fredonia campushttp://www.oce.nysed.gov/nysssa/visual-arts
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New York Times - Learning NetworkEditorial Cartoon ContestCall for Entries
With this, our fourth annual Editorial Cartoon Contest, we are inviting students to channel their thoughts into images, with inspiration from New York Times cartoonists. So if you have something to say about climate change, artificial intelligence, the NFL, immigration, college admissions or anything else The Times covers, try making an editorial cartoon that shows us what you think.
(By December 10, 2018) Free to enterFor teenagers. See site for rubik and rules.Winners to be posted on the NY Times Learning Networkhttps://www.nytimes.com/2018/11/08/learning/our-fourth-annual-student-editorial-cartoon-contest.html
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Noguchi MuseumMaking Your Mark Summer ProgramOpportunity
Making Your Mark [MYM] is a free summer program that introduces teens to the work and vision of Isamu Noguchi and provides a supportive environment where participants can identify and pursue their own creative interests. This summer, the core activities of MYM will include looking at and discussing art at The Noguchi Museum, learning drawing techniques and how to work with traditional sculptural materials such as plaster and clay.
Applications for the next cohort will be posted in Spring 2018.TBDhttps://www.noguchi.org/programs/education/teens
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Noguchi MuseumTeen Advisory BoardOpportunity
The Noguchi Museum’s Teen Advisory Board [TAB] is a free after-school program for high school students. Each year, TAB members advise the Museum on how to better serve teen audiences and plan events that promote the Museum to their peers. This year, TAB members will become immersed in the Museum and the work of Isamu Noguchi through tours, activities, and behind the scenes experiences with Museum operations and staff. Participants will also have the opportunity to visit other museums and engage with museum teen programs around the city. TAB members may receive community service and/or internship credit for their participation in this program.
(Oct. 31, 2018)TAB meets every Wednesday from 4:30–6:30 pm, November through Mayhttp://www.noguchi.org/programs/education/teens
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NY Public LibrarySchomberg Teen Curator ProgramCurator
Teen Curators is an after-school art history enrichment program admitting 30 high school students each year. This art historical knowledge is acquired through curatorial projects and aesthetic engagements with collections at the Schomburg as well as other museums and cultural institutions.
Closed (due September 30, 2018)Teen Curators will meet for a minimum of 6 hours each week — two afternoons each week and occasional Saturdays. At the conclusion of the program year in June, there will be a Teen Curators talk and presentation in which participants will unveil their exhibitions and engage the public in discussions about their professional development progress and aspirations. Discovery Days Tuesday 3:30 - 6; Curator's Studio Thursdays 3:30 - 6https://www.nypl.org/help/about-nypl/fellowships-institutes/teen-curators
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NYC CTEAnnual Graphic Arts CompetitionCompetition
The competition has seven categories including Photoshop, granting students the opportunity to showcase their talents and the depth of their schools' graphic education programs.
Opens in March, 2019. Closes in May, 2019.Open to all high school students.http://gtexchange.org/cgac/
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NYC.govManhattan Borough Art FestivalCall for Entries
At the All Bourough Art Fairs, over 2,600 students from 386 schools across all boroughs will exhibit or perform their work.
(TBD)(June)
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NYU/SteinhardtSummer Art Intensive
4-week residential pre-college program for students, ages 16-18 with 40 hours a week of instruction in college-level studio art classes and guided studio time. Seminars on contemporary art introduces advanced themes and art history and there are weekly field trips to the city's most recognized arts institutions and museums to supplement the program.
https://steinhardt.nyu.edu/art/education/high_school
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NYU/SteinhardtSaturday Art Workshop
8-weeks of theme-based studio classes address significant social issues and the ways in which art and artists influence society. Students can choose from different themes such as war, propaganda, environment, and re-visioning history and through a series of class discussions, field trips, and exercises, develop an idea for a more complex final project. Courses are taught by Steinhardt Art Education MA students and conclude with an exhibit of final works in NYU's Commons for a wide audience of parents, friends, teachers, and NYU faculty. No portfolio is needed to apply-this program is open to young artists of all experience levels.
Opens January 15, 2019NYC high school studentsFree 9 week program March to May 2109; Saturdays; https://steinhardt.nyu.edu/art/education/high_school/
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ParsonsPre-College Academy Certificate (Fee$)Classes/Portfolio Development
Parsons offers a certificate program for students in grades 9 through 12 who plan to apply to art and design colleges. If you are entering the 11th or 12th grade, consider enrolling in our popular Portfolio Development course, which helps students prepare artwork and presentations for college admission applications.
Registration for Summer2019 now openGrades 9 - 12Summer classeshttps://www.newschool.edu/parsons/pre-college-academy/
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ParsonsScholarship ProgramScholarship
Parsons Scholars is a college preparatory program designed to give access to Parsons to a diverse body of talented students who might not otherwise have such an opportunity. The program offers multi-year scholarships to New York City public high school students.
Inquire nowStudents 10th - 12 Gradehttps://www.newschool.edu/parsons/precollege-design-scholarship/
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ParsonsPre-College Academy (Fee$)Classes
Pre-College Academy classes meet on Saturday mornings for 11 weeks in the fall and spring semesters and every weekday for two weeks in the summer. Students are divided into elementary, middle school, and high school groups. A wide selection of age-appropriate courses are offered, on subjects including animation, fashion, graphic design, interior design, drawing, painting, cartooning, photography, and portfolio development. Please see Program Information and Parent Resources for more information.
Registration for Summer 2019 now opengrades 9 - 12Saturday morning for 11 weeks in fall, springhttps://www.newschool.edu/parsons/pre-college-academy/
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Pencil ProgramPencil Program Ladders for LeadersInternship
Ladders for Leaders is a nationally recognized program that offers high school and college students the opportunity to participate in paid professional summer internships with leading corporations, non-profit organizations and government agencies in New York City. The program is an initiative of the NYC Department of Youth and Community Development (DYCD) and supported by the NYC Center for Youth Employment and the Mayor’s Fund to Advance New York City.
No dates posted for summer 2019 yet.Interested high school and college students (16-22) who have previous work or volunteer experience, a GPA of at least 3.0 (80) and are a resident of NYC are encouraged to apply.Summer 2019https://application.nycsyep.com/
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Pratt InstituteSummer School Programs ($)Summer Intensives
Pratt teen summer programs offer a supportive environment allowing students to express themselves creatively while learning in professionally-equipped studios. Week long hands-on art programs featuring small class sizes enable students to explore and expand their skills.
Check back February 2019http://www.pratt.org/category-listing.php?id=114
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Pratt InstituteTeen School Year Programs ($)ClassesThese classes run 6 – 8 weeks and provide a safe positive space for teens to explore materials and techniques in our professional studios. Includes screen printing, drawing & painting, welding, and more. Some free, some cost per class. Scholarship and assistance available.6-8 weeks, 3 sessions (fall, winter, spring) See website for class details, times, and costhttp://www.pratt.org/category-listing.php?id=128
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Project TrueProject TrueInternship
Spend your summer conducting field research in NYC with a team of college students and scientists from Fordham University and the Wildlife Conservation Society. Project TRUE is both a social science research study and a youth development program. Project TRUE is a collaborative program between WCS and Fordham University and is funded by The National Science Foundation under Grant No. DRL-1421017 and DRL-1421019.

What do Field Research Assistants do?
-Contribute to ongoing research projects that benefit NYC Parks Department.
-Collaborate with Fordham University and WCS scientists.
-Design and conduct an original research project.
-Assist in curating Project TRUE social media presence.
-Present research findings to the scientific community and the general public.
-Work at one or more of the WCS Zoos (Central Park, Prospect Park, Bronx)

What will Field Research Assistants Receive?

-Mentoring from Fordham University graduate and undergraduate students, as well as WCS educators.
-A $599 stipend and a MetroCard to cover travel expenses.
-In-depth training and direct experience in planning, conducting, and presenting research.
March 1, 2019Summer 2019https://bronxzoo.com/teens/project-true
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Public ProcessHigh School Summer Program in Public Art and Urban PlanningInternship
3 week summer program exploring art, urgan planning and architecture. Working with a small staff in an open office environment, SculptureCenter interns take on projects that have a direct and visible outcome in our exhibitions, public programs, and events. They leave the program with a range of important professional skills for working in the field of contemporary art and hands on experience working in a non-profit art institution. Several internship opportunities available. See website for details.
Now accepting for Summer 2019High School StudentsSpring 2019 internships run January through May (start and end dates to be determined in coordination with selected applicants). http://www.sculpture-center.org/support/7157/jobs-and-internships
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Queens Council of the ArtsHigh School to Art SchoolPortfolio Development
Free visual arts portfolio development classes.Also provides college financing opportunities.
(Feb. 2, 2019 for spring semester)High school sophomores, Juniors.March 18-June 1, 2019https://www.queenscouncilarts.org/high-school-to-art-school/
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Queens MuseumQueens TeensOpportunity
Queens Teens offers local youth opportunities to gain exposure to a cultural institution, while developing their own creative interest and passion for the arts. The Teens become part of a close-knit peer network that fosters personal and professional growth.
(Applications accepted between Aug. 23 and Oct. 5, 2018)TeensSaturday afternoonshttps://queensmuseum.org/queens-teens
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ScholasticArt & Writing AwardsCompetition and some Scholarships
The Scholastic Art & Writing Awards are presented by the Alliance for Young Artists & Writers. The Alliance is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization whose mission is to identify students with exceptional artistic and literary talent and present their remarkable work to the world through the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards. Through the Awards, students receive opportunities for recognition, exhibition, publication, and scholarships
(Dec. 4, 2018)Grades 7th - 12th; 13 years or older; residing in US; enrolled in an acredited school.Winners announced Spring '2019https://www.artandwriting.org
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School Art LeagueSaturday Art Career Workshops for Sophmores and JuniorsOpportunity
The Saturday Art Career Workshops are for high school sophomores and juniors. It is a collaboration of The School Art League, The One Club for Creativity, and the New York City Department of Education. In these FREE workshops, professional designers and artists conduct workshops in which they share their expertise and career experiences with art students who intend to pursue they study of art after graduation. This is an extraordinary opportunity for students to: meet and study with highly successful professionals in the field of Graphic and Advertising Design, develop and create hands-on projects, have their portfolios reviewed by major art school admissions counselors and learn about careers in the visual arts.
TBD (Last year: "Apply no later than March 16th")High School Sophmores and JuniorsTBDhttp://schoolartleague.org/workshops/
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School Art League ScholarshipVarious high value scholarships for Graduating SeniorsScholarship
The mission of the School Art league since 1909 is to support education and career development to provide recognition and encouragement of our art students.  The department of education of the City of New York and trustees of the School ARt League have joined together to provide visual arts  scholarships and financial awards ranging from $1000 - $15,000
TBD (last year: 3/21/2018)High School Seniorshttp://schools.nyc.gov/offices/teachlearn/arts/initiatives/school-art-league.html
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