Bronx Museum Teen Council Accepts Applications

Published on September 11, 2019, 5:51 am
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What is the Bronx Museum Teen Council?

Created in 2005, the Bronx Museum Teen Council provides a paid opportunity for teens to develop art and collaboration skills and engage deeply with the Museum and New York’s contemporary art scene. Through the school year, a group of teens work closely with Museum educators to explore art and the museum space through artist interviews, video production, zine publication, and the curation of a teen art exhibit.

To check out what Teen Council has done in the past, please visit here.

What does the Teen Council do?

  • create videos that are viewed by teens and adults from around the world on YouTube;
  • create zines, small publications containing original artwork from Council Members;
  • meet artists, visit other museums and galleries, and spend time learning about New York’s contemporary arts scene;
  • learn computer, audio recording, video, and publishing techniques;
  • make new friends;
  • organize an exhibition of teen art work at the Bronx Museum;
  • develop great college resume experience;
  • get paid for your work.


  • Teen Council members meet for two hours a session, twice a week (Mondays and Wednesdays from 04:30 – 06:30 p.m.) from October – June.
  • The Bronx Museum Teen Council is a paid internship. Participants are paid a stipend for each session.


  • you must be between 14-19 years old;
  • you must be entering 9th–12th grades in the 2019-2020 school year or enrolled in a New York State High School Equivalency Diploma Program.

Deadline: Friday, September 20, 2019

We will notify applicants if they have been selected for an interview by the end of September.

To apply, please visit here.


Bronx Museum Of The Arts
1040 Grand Concourse
Bronx, NY 10456

Tel.:       718-681-6000

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