AK Teens Panel Discussion—Career Chat: Working in the Visual Arts
Sunday, April 21, 2013, 3:30–4:30 pm
FREE for high school students (with valid school ID) and their families
FREE for Members / FREE with Gallery admission for non-members
Panelists from the visual arts, academia, and museums will discuss educational and career opportunities in the arts. The discussion will be moderated by Assistant Curator of Education Jessica DiPalma and will include a brief question-and-answer session. This event is open to all participants of the AK Teens Portfolio Review Sessions, as well as parents, guidance counselors, teachers, and the general public.
About AK Teens
The new AK Teens program, presented by First Niagara, is a dynamic mentoring program serving teens from across Western New York and Southern Ontario. Designed to mentor young adults seeking to pursue careers in creativity and the arts, AK Teens will provide a platform for young artists to exhibit their work, and to prepare portfolios, which are vital for admission to college arts programs. The program offers workshops and mentoring on subjects ranging from making art to working in the arts, and even public speaking.