YOUTH INSIGHTS is a paid, after school opportunity for high school students. Connecting with contemporary artists and Whitney staff, participants explore the Museum in the context of contemporary art and culture. Ten students are selected every semester; applications for 2008–09 will be available in April at whitney.org/thewhit. For more information or to register for events, please call (212) 570-3665.
Saturday, March 8, 8 pm
Teenagers and Youth Insights Artist-in-Residence MARINA ROSENFELD perform Rosenfeld’s Teenage Lontano in the Drill Hall of Park Avenue Armory. This event is free of charge and open to general audiences.
Friday, April 4, 6 pm
Meet Biennial artist KEVIN JEROME EVERSON in front of his work and ask him questions about his project. This event is open to general teen audiences. Registration is required.
Tuesday, April 29, 4 pm
Build your own radio transmitter in this workshop led by Youth Insights Artists-in-Residence NEIGHBORHOOD PUBLIC RADIO (NPR) in front of his work and ask him questions about his project. This event is open to general teen audiences. Registration is required.
THE WHIT TALK & TEXT CELL PHONE TOUR
Check out The Whit—an audio tour featuring commentary by Youth Insights members about the artists and art on view at the Whitney. The Whit Talk & Text Cell Phone Tour is available at the Audio Guide Desk in the Museum Lobby and by dialing (347) 487-3805.
Download The Whit Talk & Text Tour
THE WHIT BLOG (WHITNEY.ORG/THEWHIT)
Visit The Whit Blog to read and listen to what Youth Insights participants have to say about their experiences with Biennial artists. In June, look out for a radio play recorded and produced by members of Youth Insights along with Artists-in-Residence NEIGHBORHOOD PUBLIC RADIO (NPR).