The Rubin
  • Teen Education

The Rubin Museum of Art offers a wide and exciting range of innovative experiences for teens. Whether attending a summer workshop, making art, learning how to give a gallery tour, or exploring the arts and culture of New York City, we welcome all teens to the Museum. Check the calendar for information on upcoming events and programs dedicated to teens.

Teen Programs

A free after-school program for high school students
A mentorship program for students interested in a career in the arts

Education programs are made possible by the David Rockefeller Fund.

Additional funding for After School Youth Development is provided
through public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural
Affairs in partnership with the City Council.

Support of Rubin Teens and the Teen Guide Council is also provided by The Pinkerton Foundation.

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