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Artpace Teen Reflects on National Convening for Teens in the Arts

At the beginning of August, Taylor Browning, Assistant Curator of Education, Teen and University Programs, traveled to Boston with two You[th]Pace Teen Art Council members to represent Artpace’s teen programs at the Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston’s sixth annual National Convening for Teens in the Arts. Artpace was the second organization from Texas to be invited—Arthouse […]


On Being A Member of The You[th]Pace Teen Art Council

If you think you know what art is, you don’t. Artpace has opened my mind to the wonders and limitless possibilities of what art can be. Being a member of the You[th]Pace Teen Art Council and collaborating with such a cool diverse group of teens has changed my outlook on involvement in the arts. Learning […]


You[th]pace Explores Process with Liz Glynn

In my teenage years I never had a job where the duties consisted of working with a world-renowned artist. As the Education and Public Programs Intern at Artpace, I get to work with Artpace’s very own You[th]pace Teen Art Council, a group of fifteen San Antonio teenagers who meet at Artpace every week for an […]


Teen Artist Workshop: Zine Making 101

Recently Artpace hosted a free Teen Artist Workshop, which focused on zine making led by artists Mark Menjivar and Jason Reed. Exploring context, reproduction, and the cultural meaning of images, students in this workshop created zines using ideas gleaned from John Berger’s Ways of Seeing and Mungo Thomson’s current Artpace exhibition, Crickets for Solo and Ensemble. Students examined the history of the […]