Are you between the ages of 14-19? Are you interested in programming for and by other teens? If so, you should take a look at what the ICA teen programs has to offer.
The Teen Arts Council consists of twelve ambitious high school students who share a common interest in the arts and public relations. The council organizes Teen Nights, assists upcoming artists, and various projects though out the year. Our primary objective is to supply Boston’s youth with the tools to voice themselves in the contemporary world of art.
The Fast Forward Program is for students serious about creating film, video and new media works. Fast Forward students have year-round access to professional artists, professional equipment and presentation opportunities locally and nationally.
Various classes and Digital Workshops allow students of all skill levels and interests get involved in the creation of art in a variety of formats, including audio, animation, 3-D design, video and digital photography.
You might be an artist yourself - visual artist, poet/writer, musician, dancer, filmmaker - or simply excited to become more involved in the arts and museums. Want to get involved? Email email@example.com
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Admission to the ICA is always FREE for youth 17 and under!
Museum, Store & Café Hours
Tuesday and Wednesday 10 am - 5 pm
Thursday and Friday 10 am - 9 pm
Saturday and Sunday 10 am - 5 pm
For more info on ICA general admission and hours, visit the ICA main website.
ICA Teen Programs are sponsored by UNIQLO.
Teen Programs are made possible in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services, Award Number MA-10-16-0305-16.
Additional support is provided by The Angell Foundation; Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts; the Cabot Family Charitable Trust; John Hancock; the Massachusetts Cultural Council YouthReach program; MFS Investment Management; Deborah Munroe Noonan Memorial Fund, Bank of America, N.A., Trustee; the Thomas Anthony Pappas Charitable Foundation, Inc.; the Mabel Louise Riley Foundation; the Rowland Foundation, Inc.; the Nathaniel Saltonstall Arts Fund; the William E. Schrafft and Bertha E. Schrafft Charitable Trust; the Surdna Foundation; and the Tiny Tiger Foundation.