Teen Programs at the Art Institute provide a space for you to connect with works of art that inspire you, create your own works of art, go behind-the-scenes to find out what people who work in the museum do, meet artists, and get together with other interesting teens.
Find more information here about classes and workshops, after school programs, summer programs, internships, and other ways to get involved. Questions? E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 312-857-7142.
Explore the Teen Council tab to find out about how you can participate in Re:Imagine, our first-ever Teen Design Competition to re-imagine the museum experience! Teens can submit design ideas, compete to win prizes, vote on their favorite designs, and potentially have their work displayed in the museum's Ryan Education Center.
Like the Teen Programs Facebook page to see what other teens have created in the museum, to stay up-to-date with our programs, and to learn about new opportunities for teens.
Art, design, or writing classes are offered year-round through the School of the Art Institute's Early College Program. Museum members enjoy a 10% discount on non-credit courses. Learn more now.
1 day 23 hours ago The Art Institute of Chicago Edvard Munch painted The Girl by the Window the same year as his most famous work, The Scream. This calm but haunting painting combines an eerie feeling of expectation with the sense of looking and being looked at.
Now on view in Gallery 244
2 days 19 hours ago The Art Institute of Chicago Spookiness abounds in our new exhibition Ghosts and Demons in Japanese Prints. Learn more about these frightful prints in our Halloween blog post from a couple years ago.
I Ain’t Afraid of Noh Ghost!—http://bit.ly/1oeBWsK