Please join us for the Opening Night Reception, celebrating the artwork and community created during our In the Making: Summer 2018 workshops for teens.
Part of the Lewis B. and Dorothy Cullman Education and Research Program, In the Making is a free workshop that engages teens in an exploration of modern and contemporary art through a unique integration of art making, observation, and discussion. Students in this six-week, 18-session intensive program participated in four separate classes:
GO BIG OR GO HOME! Large Scale Sculpture with No Limits
THE PLEASURE PRINCIPLE: Paintings that Fight Back Against Depression and Distress
BOOM BAP CINEMA: Making Video and Audio Production on the Go
WHOSE WORLD IS THIS? Exploring Storytelling and Community through Clay
Food and drink will be provided.
The show is on view through September 26, 2018.
In the Making is a free, experimental studio art program for NYC high school students. No previous art-making experience is necessary to apply. Held every summer, In the Making courses offer a wide range of new, hands-on studio- and gallery-based experiences led by contemporary artists—from large-scale sculpture to music production, printmaking, theme-based courses, performance, collaborative installations, digital media, and more. Each season culminates with a Teen Art Show at the Museum.
Apply online. Applications will not be accepted after June 9.
Teens who have completed at least one season of In the Making are eligible to be nominated for the MoMA/MoMA PS1 Cross-Museum Collective program, which offers behind-the-scenes experiences at both of our institutional spaces. For inquiries about In the Making, please contact email@example.com or call (212) 333-1252.
Education at MoMA is made possible by a partnership with Volkswagen of America.
Teen Programs are made possible by an endowment established by The Carroll and Milton Petrie Foundation. Additional support is provided by The Brown Foundation, Inc., of Houston and by the MoMA Annual Education Fund.
In the Making is made possible by an endowment established by Lewis B. and Dorothy Cullman.