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Film: Intensive teen programs in contemporary art museums

In 2016 the Whitney Museum of American Art published Room to Rise, findings from an innovative multi-year research initiative exploring the long-term impact of intensive teen programs in contemporary art museums.

Join Heather Maxson, the Whitney’s Director of School, Youth, and Family Programs, and Danielle Linzer, Room to Rise Project Director, for a presentation on the state of teen programming in art museums, a summary of key findings from the study, and a lively discussion about implications of this new research for the museum field.

Heather Maxson,
Director of School, Youth & Family Programs, Whitney Museum of American Art

Danielle Linzer,
Curator of Education and Interpretation, The Andy Warhol Museum

 

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