The Museum of the City of New York will be hosting its third annual LGBTQ Teen Summit on Thursday, June 27th 8:30AM-3:00PM. A free, full-day, affirming space that empowers LGBTQI+ youth by celebrating their history on the walls of the Museum.
High school age audiences (classes, youth groups, etc.) are invited to join us for MCC Youth Company’s UNCENSORED 2019 Production on May 3 at 10AM or 1PM. MCC Theater is also offering free student matinee tickets to high school and college groups across the tri-state area to the New York debut of a new comedy – BLKS on Wed, May 22nd at 2PM.
Participants aged 18–24, will work hands-on in multiple disciplines of technical theatre, training with some of the industry’s top professionals. The program is free of cost and a paid opportunity. There are info sessions on May 7th from 4:30PM-6PM, May 21st from 4:30PM-6PM, and June 3rd from 6Pm-7:30PM.
The 2019 Young Exhibition Makers (Y.Ex) cohort is accepting submissions from teenage artists from the East Flatbush, East New York and greater Brooklyn area. Y.Ex will curate an exhibition to be presented in the main entrance of Kings County Hospital this June, 2019. The deadline to apply is Friday March 29 2019 at 11:59pm
Workshop focused on helping students understand their financial aid package. There will be an open discussion about the financial hardships for first-generation college students, the ramifications of student debt, scholarships and grants, resources on campus, and how to hack college financial aid. March 15th 4-6pm at Groundswell.
The Summer “Intensive” Session is a great opportunity for students to dive into a month and half of art-making in an immersive setting that enables students to explore observational drawing in graphite, charcoal, and ink, as well as a variety of other media including painting, collage-making, and printmaking. Applications are due June 1st.
This is a paid internship opportunity for 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. The program allows students to connect with arts, museum, and creative professionals as they develop professional skills, network, and gain work experience.