Teen Arts Council
The Teen Arts Council provides on-the-job training for students who have an interest in pursuing a career in the arts. Council members have the opportunity to collaborate with IMA staff in brainstorming sessions and planning meetings and receive a behind the scenes look at how we develop programming and exhibitions.
The Council serves as a focus group for potential future programs and contributes suggestions to add more teen-friendly elements to existing programs.
The Council is made possible by the support of Bob and Toni Bader and The Indianapolis Foundation, a CICF affiliate. The Council is also supported by funds raised during the Museum’s 2014 Monster Drawing Rally.
Hannah (North Central) - I make the most of every opportunity and strive to be creative every chance I get.
Kelsey (Pike) - I’m a hardworking high schooler who loves music, words, and having as much fun as possible.
Katie (Pike) - I have a extreme love for the Arts from playing classical music to experiencing the great masters of arts.
Edgar (Pike) - I have a fascination for the natural world and history, while using that as inspiration for my work.
Kathleen (Carmel) - I’m a junior at Carmel High School and I’m really excited to be a part of the IMA’s teen art council as we make a difference in our community and the museum, as well as having an opportunity to broaden my horizons as an artist.
Kathy (Carmel) - Kathy is a junior at Carmel High School and is very excited to have the opportunity to explore the world of art and share it with other teens.
Mag (Pike)- I love to travel and a goal of mine is to travel to all seven continents.
Samantha (Pike) - I am fascinated by and love the arts, and I am also an artist myself. I am also an extremely driven person, and will try my hardest to make my visions reality.
Francesca (Carmel) - I am an art fanatic and I am really excited to have a part in the creation of events to be enjoyed by people of all ages.
Caris (Greenfield-Central) - I possess a particularly persistent ardor for people and the arts, both of which capitalize the most pure form of communication: expression.
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