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For questions about Nasher Teen Programs, please contact Gabrielle Tenedero, Museum Educator for Student Engagement, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Being on the Nasher Teen Council has helped me grow, not only in my artistry but also in the way that I am able to communicate and collaborate with my peers.Amiyah Gibbs-Jones
Every meeting is like a breath of fresh air. It’s a place where I feel like all of my creativity can be expressed and accepted. I love and appreciate the respect everyone has for each other and how mature & understanding everyone is in our discussions. I can’t wait to see how the Nasher Teen Council grows even furtherAmiyah Gibbs-Jones, Nasher Teen Council member
Reading Black Art: A Bibliography is an online resource that will aid in a better understanding of and engagement with work by Black artists in the Nasher Museum collection. It is a non-exhaustive bibliography on art, art history and visual culture of the African Diaspora. This curated selection presents a wide array of instructive texts and will be updated monthly. Teens who want to learn more about the arts can find exhibition catalogues, books on photography, and books on visual culture that speak to their interests.
The Nasher Teen Council participated in a portrait painting workshop with artist Will Paul Thomas in his studio at the Rubenstein Arts Center. Also helping to lead the workshop was Telvin Wallace, NCCU student and artist. ...
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Jessee Steele, a member of the Nasher Teen Council, has earned a full scholarship to Duke University next year with a grant from QuestBridge. QuestBridge is a non-profit based in California that promises four-year scholars...
The Nasher Teens program is generously supported by The Sahm Family Foundation.