Youth Projects

Each semester there is a program dedicated to working with Youth Artists in creating exhibition art work. This class will be lead by the Artist in Residence or another professional practicing artist. Classes focus on one style of art, to give youth artists the chance to explore different types of art over time.

“I would like to participate in more programs in the future because even though I attend an arts high school, I’ve never worked hands on with another artist before.”

- Fall 2018 Youth Artist
 

 

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THEMES

RESILIENCE AND SUSTAINABILITY

2018-2019

THE COMMONS | THE OTHER

2016-2017

THE COMMONS: SPACE, PLACE & PUBLIC

2015-2016

THE LAND OF THE FREE: GIFTS AND GIVING AS ARTISTIC INTERVENTION

2014-2015

THE EMANCIPATED CITY: RE-IMAGINING BOSTON

2013-2014

NARRATIVES OF EXCLUSION: RACIAL AND CULTURAL BOUNDARIES IN THE URBAN LANDSCAPE

2012-2013

DISOBEDIENCE: CIVIL, POLITICAL, PUBLIC, PERSONAL, AND PRIVATE

2011-2012

This is what emancipation means. The blurring of the opposition between they who look and they who act, they who are individuals and they who are members of a collective body.
— Jacques Rancière