Passionate about art? Explore how art history, art making, and museum studies relate to the world today in one of the many teen programs at the Milwaukee Art Museum. Look closely at artwork, create public works of art, interact with practicing artists, and experience the Museum behind the scenes, with other high schoolers from across the Milwaukee area.
Take a peek at our Teen Programs in action below!
Satellite Teen Internship
Because the health and safety of the Milwaukee community is our highest priority, the Fall 2021 and Spring 2022 sessions of Satellite Teen Internships are temporarily on hiatus.
ArtXpress Teen Internship—Summer 2022
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Spring 2020 Virtual Teen Night
Check out projects from the Museum’s Spring 2020 Satellite Teen Program, including an exhibition, virtual tours, art activities, films, and music made during the internship.Start exploring »
Scholastic Art Awards—Wisconsin Exhibition
The Milwaukee Art Museum has hosted the Scholastic Art Awards—Wisconsin Exhibition since 1976. The Scholastic Art Awards offers early recognition of creative teenagers by local and national professionals in the arts and exhibition opportunities for regional and national audiences; and scholarships for graduating seniors who present portfolios of art. See selections from previous Scholastic Art Awards—Wisconsin exhibitions.
Young artists residing in Wisconsin who: are currently enrolled in grades 7–12 during the current school year; attend a public, private, parochial or home-school; have begun their own creative journey and want to grow as creative individuals; want to make connections to their peers and creative organizations; want to develop mastery and explore more opportunities to showcase their work; and believe there is no limit to where their creative journey can take them!
How can I submit to the Scholastic Art Awards—Wisconsin Exhibition?
The process begins with students submitting creative works of art to the Wisconsin Regional Affiliate program through an art teacher or other primary teacher if their school does not have an art teacher. Supported by their teachers and other community mentors, students create and submit their best works in any of the following visual arts categories:
Architecture & Industrial Design, Ceramics & Glass, Comic Art, Design, Digital Art, Drawing & Illustration, Editorial Cartoon, Expanded Projects, Fashion, Film & Animation, Jewelry, Mixed Media, Painting, Photography, Printmaking, Sculpture, and Senior Art Portfolios.
Requests for entry materials to the Scholastic Art Awards—Wisconsin Exhibition may be made starting in late September. Art work submissions are due in late December, so request entry materials before December to complete your submission by the deadline.
Need more information?
Visit the Scholastic Art Awards—Wisconsin website for more information and entry forms.Scholastic Art Awards 2020 »