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Salley and Nancy May talk to YI teens about Mayhem. Photograph by Filip Wolak
On July 22, Youth Insights teens met Mayhem and participated in a mask making workshop inspired by the work of Tom Murrin.
New York City teens enjoy a collaborative art making activity in the Floor 5 outdoor gallery. Photograph by Filip Wolak
On July 18, 100 New York City teens attended What Is Your War? a free event organized by Youth Insights Leaders.
YI Participants enjoy ice cream in sunny Brooklyn Bridge Park. Photograph by Hannah Celli
On July 16, Youth Insights participants visited Brooklyn Bridge Park to see Jeppe Hein’s public exhibition, Please Touch the Art.
Elyse Mallouk discusses her role as the Director of Digital Media. Photograph by Hannah Celli
On July 15, Youth Insights teens met with members of the Digital Media, Graphic Design, and Marketing team.
YI participants use viewfinders to sketch the view from Floor 5. Photograph by Hannah Celli
On July 15, Youth Insights Art Careers participants had a chance to meet Dina Helal, the Manager of Education Resources at the Whitney as well as a practicing artist.
Linzer shows YI teens touch objects for Jasper Johns’s Three Flags (1958). Photograph by Hannah Celli
On July 14, Youth Insights Careers participants met with Danielle Linzer, Director of Access and Community Programs.
Adam Weinberg talks to YI participants. Photograph by Hannah Celli
On July 14, Youth Insights participants met with Adam Weinberg, Alice Pratt Brown Director of the Whitney Museum.
YI participants Iga, Sophie, and Kylie explore Bring in the Reality and engage with Jennifer Dalton’s How Much Do I Owe You (2012). Photograph by Hannah Celli
On July 8, Youth Insights Arts Careers participants visited Bring in the Reality, an exhibition at The Nathan Cummings Foundation.
Heather Cox talks with YI Arts Careers Participants in the Hearst Artspace. Photograph by Hannah Celli
On July 7, Youth Insights Arts Careers participants met with Conservation Coordinator Heather Cox and Assistant Conservator Matthew Skopek.
Melanie Kress discusses Yutaka Sone’s Little Manhattan New York (1998). Photograph by Heather Maxson
On July 2, Youth Insights Art Careers participants visited the High Line and met two members of the High Line Art curatorial team, Cecilia Alemani and Melanie Kress.
Jane Panetta and YI Teens discuss Malcolm Bailey’s “Untitled, 1969” (1969). Photograph by Hannah Celli
On Wednesday July 1, Youth Insights Arts Careers participants had the pleasure of meeting Associate Curator Jane Panetta and the Senior Registrar of Exhibitions, Seth Fogelman.
YI Teens break the ice with a Human Knot. Photograph by Hannah Celli
On July 30, seventeen New York City teens gathered in the Hearst Artspace for the beginning of the Youth Insights Arts Careers Program.
Youth Insights Leaders with artist Dread Scott. Photograph by Filip Wolak
On Saturday, May 30, over 400 teens gathered at the Whitney for an evening of music, discussion, and art-making.
A YI Leader pairs up two teens for In Equality. Photograph by Filip Wolak
On May 5, Youth Insights Leaders met with artist Dread Scott to plan a performance for the Teen Opening.
Teens discuss It’s Time, She Said (2015) with Andrea Geyer. Photograph by Jamie Rosenfeld
On May 6, YI teens met with artist Andrea Geyer and viewed her installation, It’s Time, She Said (2015) in the Hearst Artspace.
First Lady Michelle Obama, Mayor De Blasio, and Director Adam Weinberg cheer the YI Leaders on as they proceed onto the stage. Photograph by Filip Wolak
In Spring 2015, Youth Insights Leaders had the unique opportunity to work with the Wooster Group on their performance for the Dedication Ceremony to mark the opening of the Whitney’s new building.
YI Leaders and New York City teens on a tour at the New Museum, April 2015. Photograph by Jamie Rosenfeld
On Saturday, April 11, YI Leaders and other New York City teens visited the New Museum’s Triennial (February 25-May 24, 2015), this year entitled Surround Audience.
Anicka Yi, You Can Call Me F, courtesy of The Kitchen
On Saturday, March 14, YI Leaders and New York City teens visited The Kitchen, (a nonprofit performance and art space in Chelsea), to see the exhibition, Anika Yi: You Can Call Me F.
Artist Chloe Varelidi at the 2015 Eyebeam Annual Showcase, February 2015. Photograph by Filip Wolak
On Saturday, February 14, teens visited Eyebeam’s 2015 Annual Showcase in Dumbo, Brooklyn.
YI Leaders celebrate Lize Mogel’s birthday with a map-themed crown, February 2015. Photograph by Filip Wolak
On February 3, YI Leaders met with artist Lize Mogel to complete their mapping project.
YI Leaders walk around the neighborhood to collect data for their mapping project, January 2015. Photograph by Filip Wolak
In our second session of the Community Art Project on January 20, we worked on our own personal maps of the Meatpacking District
Lize Mogel discussing and showing different types of maps, January 2015. Photograph by Filip Wolak
On Tuesday, January 13, Youth Insights Leaders had their first session with Lize Mogel as part of the Community Art Project.
Allison Weisberg, founder of Recess, welcomes the group to the space, January 2015. Photograph by Jamie Rosenfeld
On January 10, the YI Leaders and New York City teens went to Recess in SoHo to check out Jessica Segall’s installation 1/2 a cord.
Teens participate in an icebreaker activity at The Drawing Center, December 2014. Photograph by Jamie Rosenfeld
On December 13, YI Leaders and New York City teens visited The Drawing Center in SoHo.