Teens Take Over Pérez Art Museum Miami for a Weekend of Talks, Workshops and Activities.
March 29, 2016
On April 8-9, 2016, Pérez Art Museum Miami’s Teen Council (PTAC) presents Viewports, a regional Teen Convening that will provide a space for teens and teen educators in South Florida to share and discuss timely topics affecting teens. This two day series of events, talks and activities has been developed by teens with the goal of creating connections across communities and providing a platform for young people to lead cultural conversations.
This independently organized event is affiliated with the Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston (ICA) and part of the ICA’s National Convening for Teens in the Arts.
Day 1: Friday, April 8
Teen Perspectives, 10am-12pm
Teens from local arts and community-based organizations present their unique teen programs. Come hear from teens about programs making an impact on the cultural scene in South Florida.
Tech Talk, 3:30-4:45pm
A panel of teen educators will discuss the viability, impact and future of technology of teen programs inside and outside of the classroom. Moderated by PTAC Coordinators Felecia Carlisle and Alex Zastera.
View the Port, 5-6pm
Join PTAC for a walking tour of the beautiful Bayfront. A true Miami experience!
Day 2: Saturday, April 9
PAMM Free Second Saturdays: Stop Motion, 1-4pm
Join PAMM Teen Arts Council (PTAC) for a special edition of Second Saturdays inspired by Slow Art Day. Come create flip-books and solve visual puzzles, while looking deeper at contemporary art from a teen perspective. PTAC presents gallery experiences for people of all ages and encourages museum visitors to take their time looking and living in the moment.
Teen Art Exhibition PAMM will feature a special presentation of work created by middle and high-school students in the Overtown Afterschool at PAMM and Brick x Brick programs.
Pérez Art Museum Miami, 1103 Biscayne Blvd., Miami, FL 33132
Free and open to the public. Visitors attending the Teen Convening will receive free admission on Friday, April 8 and everyone will receive free admission on Saturday, April 9. Space is limited. First come, first seated. For more information firstname.lastname@example.org or visit pamm.org.