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Duke Riley (American, born 1972). I’m Delicious, Come On Get Your Money’s Worth (detail), 2020. Found plastic trash, mahogany. Courtesy of the artist. © Duke Riley. (Photo: Robert Bredvad)

Teen Night: A New Tide, A Clear View

Friday, March 17, 2023

5–7:30 pm

Martha A. and Robert S. Rubin Pavilion, 1st Floor, and Beaux-Arts Court, 3rd Floor

Join us for Teen Night, a teen-led program centered on art and activism! This evening will feature art-making, performances, and much more, inspired by climate and environmental justice. 

Schedule:

5–6 pm Gallery activities and panel: Engage in an “I spy” gallery activity and search for selected artworks in DEATH TO THE LIVING, Long Live Trash. Then, join young leaders Elizabeth Reyes and Ajani Stella as they share their work and experience in the field of environmental justice in a panel discussion, moderated by BkM Teens.

5:30–7:15 pm Art-making and food: Enjoy snacks, decorate your own planters and tote bags, respond to our Talkback Walls, and more!

6–7:30 pm Performances: Close out the evening with performances by Rocc Sturdy and their band, poetry by Urban Word poets and Spokenbyt, and sets by DJ Autumn!

This program is free; registration is encouraged. Open to all teens 14+. Follow #bkmteens on Instagram and Facebook for more details. All participants must abide by our community agreements. 

Teen Night is organized by the Teen Night Planning Committee, our paid teen internship in public programming.