The Studio Museum in Harlem has a long tradition of presenting programs that address prevalent issues in contemporary art by artists of African descent. The Museum offers a range of programs that engage artists, writers, scholars and critics.
Expanding the Walls: Making Connections Between Photography, History and Community is an eight-month photography-based program for a select group of students enrolled in a high school or GED
Art Looks introduces high school–aged youth to contemporary artists through discussions and workshops in museums, artist studio visits, and behind-the-scenes explorations into arts and cultural
Studio Works is an intensive art-making workshop series designed to give teens the opportunity to advance their own artistic processes by working directly with professional artists. Each workshop
The Teen Leadership Council is a group of New York City-based teens that foster a fun and safe space for teens to express creative ideas with The Studio Museum in Harlem. Teen Leadership Council