The Contemporary Arts Museum Houston’s Teen Council is pleased to present a group exhibition featuring work by Houston-area teen artists. This is the 11th biennial youth art exhibition organized by CAMH’s Teen Council.
Every other year, CAMH’s Teen Council organizes an exhibition in the Zilkha Gallery featuring new work by Houston-area teen artists. The Teen Council selects the theme and title of the exhibition while partnering with CAMH staff to develop exhibition design, a printed catalogue, and public programming.
Drawing from an open call, the Teen Council will select work that effectively responds to the questions:
• What forms you and/or your generation?
• How do you define your space?
• Can you change shapes?
The deadline for submissions is October 14, 2018.
About CAMH’s Teen Council
The Teen Council is a group of dedicated high-school students who are employed by the museum to create programming for their peers. Council members participate in a two year-long program where they receive in-depth, behind-the-scenes museum experience; learn about pathways to creative careers; and develop leadership, collaboration, and critical thinking skills while gaining real-world experience planning exhibitions and events in a museum setting. Applications to CAMH’s Teen Council are available online Spring 2019.