The CAMH Teen Council (TC) is a group of motivated young people (ages 15-19) employed by the Museum, who are committed to bringing the art of their time to their peers. They meet regularly to explore the arts and create youth-oriented programming and events.
Every other year, the Teen Council organizes an exhibition of teen work presented in CAMH's Zilkha Gallery. This year, the Teen Council organized Perspectives 181: Human Nature, a group exhibition that explores conceptions of humanity: what it is to be human or inhuman. The exhibition features work by 49 teens in a variety of media ranging from photography to video and sculpture, and is on view through June 9.
Teen Council is supported by Ms. Louisa Stude Sarofim, Texas Women for the Arts and Texas Commission on the Arts.