The Joan Mitchell Foundation has compiled a list with information on various free and and low cost arts-based organizations and institutions in New York City that offer programming for young people.
The FUTURE MUSIC MOGULS program at The Clive Davis Institute of Recorded Music is an intensive 14-week workshop designed to introduce talented high school, sophomores, and juniors to all aspects of the contemporary music business, with a special focus on developing entrepreneurial skills.
Apply to serve on the Teen Council at Museum of the Moving Image. Members will collaborate with other NYC teens to help shape the Museum’s growing teen programs offerings, including taking a leadership role in the planning of a large-scale Teen Design Jam at the Museum. Participation will allow you to learn more about working in an arts and cultural organization, meet museum professionals, and gain real-world experience in event-planning, outreach, and project management.
This free program is designed for 13-18 year olds interested in dance, production, and arts administration. Students will delve deeply into each of these fields, gaining valuable experience and exposure in New York City’s performing arts arena. Participants, selected through application, meet weekly with faculty and staff at the Mark Morris Dance Center, Artistic Director Mark Morris, and Dance Group company members.
Urban Rhythms Dance participants explore and create environments through Flex Dance animation by understanding how artists use emotion, attitude, lyricism, choreography, and freestyle vocabulary. Participants have the opportunity to explore these concepts collaboratively in class and community performances.
The Wallis is pleased to offer an opportunity for youth ages 12-18 to become a Student Arts Reporter. This program is designed for students interested in the arts and journalism or critical writing. The Wallis is proud to partner with the Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle to help mentor students to view productions with a critical eye and write reviews for selected Wallis performances throughout the season.
Watch Carnegie Hall master classes with renowned opera singer Joyce DiDonato for free here!
Roundabout Theatre Company is partnering with the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees (I.A.T.S.E.), which represents many of the behind-the-scenes workers in theatre and film, to deliver a new, three-year training program. Participants will work hands-on in multiple disciplines of technical theatre, training with some of the industry’s top professionals.
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