Teens Take on Art: Behind the Scenes of Local Voices Season Two
Ferdinand Bol, The Crowning of Mirtillo, 1650. Oil on canvas. Museum purchase by exchange, California Palace of the Legion of Honor
Meet our museum ambassadors and their collaborators as they come together to talk about the process and inspiration behind the production of Local Voices: Teens Take on Art
. In the summer of 2020, nine Bay Area teens, ranging in age from 13–19 years old, worked collaboratively to research, write, and produce an original podcast highlighting candid and compelling perspectives and takes on artworks from FAMSF’s diverse collections. Join our virtual museum ambassadors reunion!
Panelists: Raquel Zumaeta, Noelle Kimotsuki, Ankhilan Sukhbaatar, Andrea Aruino, and Will Zheng
Facilitator: PJ Policarpio, Manager of Youth Development
This event is part of Virtual Wednesdays, a weekly YouTube broadcast bringing you unique viewpoints exploring diversity, resilience, and creative spirit in the arts as we aim to reframe our exhibitions and collections. View upcoming Virtual Wednesdays programs.
About Local Voices: Teens Take on Art
The second season of Local Voices
features nine Bay Area teens as they reflect and share their own perspectives on objects from the Museums’ permanent collections. Through the themes of Belief, Density, Emotion, Material, Power, and Storytelling, the teens converse with curators, scholars, artists, and community members as well as family and friends to gain new insights and information.
Listen to new weekly episodes every Monday on AnchorFM
starting January 13.
No registration required. Free online event. Subscribe to our YouTube Channel