Join the Henry Teen Art Collective for the 2019-2020 school year!

The Henry Teen Art Collective is a group of young thinkers, makers, and leaders who propose new ideas and build community around contemporary art. Representing high schools from across greater Seattle, Collective members gather weekly to meet artists, explore exhibitions, and collaborate on projects aimed at supporting youth voices through art. Look for limited editions of our two zines, "Barriers Between Us" and "A Teen Survival Guide," at the Henry and around town!

We highly encourage youth of color, LGBTQ+, and individuals of all abilities to apply. If individuals have any accommodation needs during the application process, or have questions about the program, please email: contact-teens@henryart.org.

What you need to know:

- Community service credit or a flat $599 stipend is available at the end of the year
- Weekly sessions start on November 7 and run through June 18. We meet on Thursday afternoons from 4:30-6:30pm at the Henry.
- Any teen in grades 9-12 can apply
- Applications are due by midnight, October 2, 2019
- Accepted members will be notified by October 11, 2019
- First session is November 7, 2019

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* 1. How did you hear about the Henry Teen Art Collective? (Check all that apply)

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* 2. Are you a returning Teen Collective member?

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* 3. Are you able to consistently attend weekly meetings on Thursdays, between 4:30 - 6:30 pm?

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* 4. Your first name

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* 5. Your last name

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* 6. Name you go by

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* 7. What pronouns do you use?

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* 8. Brag about yourself! What achievements or activities are you proud of? What will make you a valuable part of the team?

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* 9. What are you hoping to get out of being involved with the Henry Teen Art Collective? (Please drag and drop or rank in order of preference. 1 = more interested, 6 = less interested.)

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* 10. What are your experiences working with groups? What makes you feel comfortable working in a group?

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* 11. At the Henry, we are actively committed to equity and highly value the voices and positions that have been, and continue to be oppressed.  How have racial, gender, or other identities impacted your life? How might your perspective be helpful as the team thinks about supporting teens of all backgrounds through art?

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* 12. It's important to us that folks with varying degrees of ableness or other potential needs are able to participate. Please let us know how we could best support you, should we be able to bring you onto this year's Henry Teen Art Collective team.

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