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Teen Night: Teens Take NOMA!

Fri, May 19th, 2023 at 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Join us for a teen takeover at celebrating youth creativity and connection. Designed by NOMA’s Teen Art Council, the event features opportunities to engage with the museum, relax with friends, and connect with creative teens from across the city!


Gallery Experiences led by the NOMA TAC
Art-making & Activities
Youth Performances
Open Mic & Dance Party
Giveaways as supplies last!

Snacks and beverages will be available for purchase.


Please review the museum’s safety guidelines here. Only adults affiliated with a teen attendee are permitted to attend. 


DJ Kuti

Lounge set 6-7:30, Dance Party 8:30-9
Kuti is a DJ, producer, and graphic designer from New Orleans. To Kuti, music is communal, and the people, connections, and visuals fuel the groove while she, as the curator, drives the ship. She is also 1/2 of the production duo, Khromethesia. Influenced by OG dance music, Afrodiasporic rhythms and soul, take a stroll with her through all-time funk faves, classic boogie, and global ear candy.

Moon Garden

Offering milk & fruit tea for purchase. Milk tea giveaways for the first 100 attendees!
Moon Garden specializes in boba and artisan drinks using only the freshest ingredients. The restaurant shops locally to ensure freshness and bold flavor. Their methods limit drinks from becoming watered down for maximum enjoyment.

Crazy Plant Bae

Plant installation and photograph opportunity on the portico

About Our Partners:

826 New Orleans Young Writers Council

A collective of 10th, 11th, and 12th graders who identify as writers, artists and/or community changemakers. Members serve on the editorial board and contribute to The Good Troublemakers publication, participate in writing workshops and site visits, interview with local writers, activists and community members, and publish their own book each year.

Dancing Grounds

Develops young leaders, promotes health & wellness, and advocates for social change through inclusive and accessible dance programs reaching New Orleans residents of all ages. Our flagship initiative, Dance for Social Change, inspires New Orleans youth to use their artistic talents to catalyze positive social change in our community.
Geaux Girl is a local nonprofit print and online magazine created for and with New Orleans teen girls. It is about building a sense of community among local girls and women while celebrating individuality and diversity. With a mission to inform, inspire, engage, and empower, Geaux Girl! serves as a unique resource and platform for teen girls all across New Orleans.

Grow Dat Youth Farm

Envisions a vibrant New Orleans where youth and adults transform their communities, their environment, and themselves by engaging in the meaningful work of growing healthy food. On the farm, they work collaboratively to grow food; educate and inspire youth and adults; and build power to create personal, social, and environmental change.

Teen Night is designed by NOMA’s Teen Art Council—by teens, for teens. Teen programs at NOMA are supported in part by The Bruce J. Heim Foundation.

For more information about the Teen Art Council, visit noma.org/teens, follow us on Instagram at @noma_teens, or email education@noma.org.


Fri, May 19th, 2023
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
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New Orleans Museum of Art
1 Collins Diboll Circle
New Orleans, LA, 70119
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