Friday, March 21, 2008

Carnegie Museum of Art Seeks Teens

The Carnegie Museum of Art has received a grant of $150,000 from the Fine Foundation to enlist a group of teens to interact with the art, artists and visitors at the 2008 Carnegie International, which opens May 4th and runs until January, 2009. With help from area high schools and community groups, recruitment is already underway, and interested individuals can get information about applying by calling the museum.

The team will manage a special section for teens called 'Ground Zero' on the exhibit's participatory website, staff visitor lounges at the exhibit, plan special events, and learn about the artists and their work, as well as all behind the scene activities.

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