Young New York artists between 10 and 24 years old that explore issues of policing, criminal justice, and police-community relations in their visual arts (photography, painting, graphic design, illustration, or video) can submit their artwork. Email images of work or a link to the video and artist statement to firstname.lastname@example.org by February 1, 2019.
Public Artist-in-Residence Tatyana Fazlalizadeh is capturing New Yorkers’ experiences with anti-Black racism and gender harassment through postcards for the series of art projects to be unveiled in the fall. Tell your story on a postcard at the following locations. Participation is completely anonymous. By submitting a postcard, you consent to participate in this art project.
The High School to Art School program (HS2AS) is a free visual arts portfolio development program that provides qualified high school sophomores, juniors and seniors with the art skills training, mentorship, essay writing techniques, college application assistance and financial aid planning necessary to gain acceptance into competitive art colleges.
ICP’s Teen Academy program serves over 600 high school students a year, with the goal of fostering self-expression and community development among a diverse group of teens. Teen Academy offers a range of opportunities for students to develop their knowledge of photography, critical thinking, writing, and public speaking.