Students who participate in Teen Summit learn more about how museums work and the processes that happen behind the scenes to make an exhibition come to life. Through the creation and final product of a miniature 3-D exhibition (gallery box), students in Teen Summit go through a full design process in which they learn how to generate, prototype, and present ideas.
Teen Summit connects students from a variety of northeast Ohio schools with art and with each other. Through activities designed to prepare students for the world beyond the classroom, participants build communication skills, teamwork, and creative problem-solving. As they explore the museum and its collection, students contribute their knowledge and talents to solve real-life challenges in a museum setting.
Interested high schools should contact agandarilla [at] clevelandart.org for application information.
Teen Summit Gallery Box Opening
Sunday, March 15, 2020, 1:00–3:00 p.m.
You are invited to the Teen Summit gallery box opening in the Parker-Hannifin Corporation Donor Gallery. High school students in this program have created mini 3-D gallery boxes using artworks in the CMA’s collection. Free and open to teens, families, and teachers!
Enjoy light food, music, and a gallery box activity. One free drink ticket per person; cash bar to follow.
Teens and teachers who attend receive free parking.
All education programs at the Cleveland Museum of Art are underwritten by the CMA Fund for Education. Generous annual funding is provided by an anonymous supporter, the M. E. and F. J. Callahan Foundation, Mr. and Mrs. Walter R. Chapman Jr., the Sam J. Frankino Foundation, Florence Kahane Goodman, the Lloyd D. Hunter Memorial Fund, Eva and Rudolf Linnebach, Dr. Linda M. Sandhaus and Dr. Roland S. Philip, the Veale Foundation, and the Womens Council of the Cleveland Museum of Art.