TOGETHER MMXXI: Teen Day in the Garden

Join us in the Besthoff Sculpture Garden for TOGETHER MMXXI: Teen Day in the Garden, an afternoon of art-making, wellness activities, and socially-distanced togetherness designed and hosted by the NOMA Teen Art Council.



Botanical Sun Print Workshops with Wild Fox Medicine

Yoga & Mindfulness Workshops with Amethyst Moon Yoga

The TAC Sculpture Hunt

Build-Your-Own Planting Kits

A FREE food item & a drink for the first 100 attendees

Music, cold treats & more!


Grab a mask, a friend, and a towel or blanket for picnicking and come celebrate youth resilience and creativity with us. FREE for teens.





Saturday, May 22nd | 12-4 PM



NOMA’s Besthoff Sculpture Garden Expansion (SGII)

Enter through the original Sculpture Garden, or at the SGII Gate on Enrique Alferez Drive in City Park (1 Collins Diboll Circle, New Orleans)


What Covid-19 safety measures are in place?

Please click here to review the Besthoff Sculpture Garden Covid-19 safety guidelines. Teen Day’s layout and stations are designed with care and attention to these guidelines including social distancing, a contact-less map/event program, and frequent sanitization of high-touch surfaces and objects.

We ask that all Teen Day attendees wear a mask to protect themselves and other attendees while moving through the Sculpture Garden and participating in activities and workshops. Eating and drinking will be permitted in a select picnic area. Please maintain a safe distance between others while enjoying your food and drink.


What should I bring? 

  • a mask
  • a friend
  • a towel or picnic blanket for picnicking, yoga, or meditation!
  • an appetite — the first 100 attendees will receive a FREE food item and cold treat!
  • a few dollars for spending on additional food (optional)
  • curiosity — to look at artworks, create, and connect



Do you have any questions about the event? Please email

Follow along with the TAC as we prepare for Teen Day @noma_teens on Instagram


Teen programs at NOMA are supported in part by the Diversifying Art Museum Initiative, funded by the Walton Family Foundation and the Ford Foundation; Harry T. Howard III Foundation; Harvey and Marie Orth; and The Bruce J. Heim Foundation. This project is supported in part by the National Endowment for the Arts. To find out more about how National Endowment for the Arts grants impact individuals and communities, visit