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A work by Rachel Harrison. A self-portrait drawing by the artist with her reflection abstracted.

For New York City Teens

Location: Floor Three, Laurie M. Tisch Education Center and Susan and John Hess Family Theater

New York City teens are invited to celebrate Halloween at the Whitney Museum! Join Youth Insights Leaders for gallery experiences, art-making, tarot card readings, and more. Come in costume or make your own with us. Snacks and art materials provided.

This event is free to attend, and no RSVP is required—bring a friend! Questions? Email youthinsights@whitney.org

For New York City Teens

Location: Floor Three, Laurie M. Tisch Education Center, Hearst Artspace

New York City teens are invited to a free drop-in art making program on Friday afternoons from 4–6 pm. Bring your works-in-progress or create something entirely new. Each week we provide a prompt for reflection and art-making inspired by current exhibitions. 

All supplies are provided and no previous art experience is required—everyone is welcome!

September 30

October 7, 14, 21


November 4, 11, 18


December 2, 16

Free for teens. Upon entering the Museum, pick up a ticket in the lobby and head up to Floor Three.

Teens use painting techniques to make are in an open studio workshop

Upcoming Programs

Open Studio for Teens: Elizabeth Jaeger, July 2016. Photograph by Patrick Macleod
Teen Event: New York City teens
4–6 PM
Open Studio for Teens: Elizabeth Jaeger, July 2016. Photograph by Patrick Macleod
Teen Event: New York City teens
4–6 PM
Open Studio for Teens: Elizabeth Jaeger, July 2016. Photograph by Patrick Macleod
Teen Event: New York City teens
4–6 PM
Open Studio for Teens: Elizabeth Jaeger, July 2016. Photograph by Patrick Macleod
Teen Event: New York City teens
4–6 PM
Halloween Teen Night, October 2015. Photograph by Filip Wolak
Teen Event: New York City teens
5–7:30 PM
Open Studio for Teens: Elizabeth Jaeger, July 2016. Photograph by Patrick Macleod
Teen Event: New York City teens
4–6 PM
Open Studio for Teens: Elizabeth Jaeger, July 2016. Photograph by Patrick Macleod
Teen Event: New York City teens
4–6 PM
Open Studio for Teens: Elizabeth Jaeger, July 2016. Photograph by Patrick Macleod
Teen Event: New York City teens
4–6 PM
Open Studio for Teens: Elizabeth Jaeger, July 2016. Photograph by Patrick Macleod
Teen Event: New York City teens
4–6 PM
Unravel: the longest hand painted film in Britain. Digitized still of 16mm hand-painted film.
Teen Event: New York City teens
4–7 PM
Open Studio for Teens: Elizabeth Jaeger, July 2016. Photograph by Patrick Macleod
Teen Event: New York City teens
4–6 PM
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PAST EVENTS

Since 1997, Youth Insights teens have explored the Whitney, organized fun public programs, and helped audiences to interpret and access American art and artists. This archive presents a selection of recent events, programs, and resources developed by and for teens.

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