Teen Art Council

TAC members at Teen Night, March 2020

The NOMA Teen Art Council (formerly known as the Teen Squad) is a diverse group of creative teens that serve as leaders and ambassadors of the museum. Teen Art Council members meet on a weekly basis throughout the school year to engage in arts immersion programming of all kinds: interviews with contemporary artists, meetings and tours with museum staff, art-making workshops, field trips to city arts organizations, planning and implementation of teen events at the museum, and more!

 

 


Read more about NOMA’s Teen Art Council in this essay by Danielle Rives, Youth Programs Coordinator.


 

When does the Teen Art Council meet?

The TAC  meets weekly on Thursday evenings, October through May and for select field trips and outings on other days.

Who should apply?

Creative New Orleans high school students of all kinds! The TAC is open to students from a variety of school settings including public, charter, private and homeschool. We deeply value, celebrate and support all ranges of experiences, backgrounds, and perspectives. Teens who are interested in developing skills relating to community engagement, visual art, creative careers, and the art and museum fields are encouraged to apply.

Please note that the Teen Art Council is year-long commitment. Members meet weekly on Thursday evenings, October through May. TAC members can submit meetings and events for volunteer hours.

How can I apply?

The NOMA Teen Art Council is recruiting for the 2020-2021 school year! Please contact education@noma.org to get on our mailing list to be the first to receive an application. Applications will be available in mid-August and interviews will be held in September.