Photo by G:Class Assistant, Hana Exel

Experimental Study Program for Teens

This nine-session program will offer teens the chance to learn about contemporary art, work directly with artists, and engage in critical discussions about culture.

Jeanine Oleson, Untitled, 2014. Intaglio print, 12 × 7 ¼ in (30.5 × 18.5 cm). Printed by Marina Ancona, 10 Grand Press. Courtesy the artist

Professional Development Seminar with Jeanine Oleson

Join artist Jeanine Oleson and New Museum staff on Thursday June 5, for a professional development seminar for high school teachers related to Oleson’s exhibition “Hear, Here” at the New Museum, on view from April 23 -- July 6.

"Pop" Llyn Foulkes 1989-1990

Teen Intern Joyce Chen Reflects on Llyn Foulkes' "Pop"

The New Museum Teen Internship Program runs for six weeks each summer and offers work experience and exposure to contemporary art to local teens. In addition to artist-led workshops, trips, and career-development talks, teens get the chance to work alongside guards in the New Museum's galleries. While in the galleries this summer, intern Joyce Chen developed a deep connection to Llyn Foulkes' "Pop."

East 2nd Street, New York, 1971, clay, sand and wood.

Charles Simonds talks with the Teen Interns

As part of the series of artist-led workshops offered to the summer 2013 New Museum Teen Interns, Charles Simonds spoke about his practice. Intern Pamela Stoicev was moved by the conversation, and shares her thoughts about Simonds' dedication to making art in public places.


The New Museum's mission is to promote New Art and New Ideas. The Global Classroom (G:Class) utilizes the Museum as a resource to enhance learning and engage high school students through the exploration of contemporary art connecting to local, global, and cultural issues that affect their lives.

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