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The National Museum of Mexican Art offers two engaging programs for teens that encourage the exploration of art, culture and creativity while helping to develop important life skills.
Yollocalli Arts Reach is an arts education and career-training program for teens and young adults. The Yollocalli model is based on creating a space for youth to partner with practicing artists, access the tools necessary to realize their own vision and build skills as emerging artists. Yollocalli is an open forum for experimentation in art-making based on issues in art, history, and youth culture.
Learn more or enroll in Yollocalli Arts Reach.
Radio Arte, 90.5 WRTE FM, is a Latino-owned, bilingual, youth-driven public radio station that works to advance the voices of our multilayered society. Radio Arte does this by promoting socially conscious journalism, providing media-literacy training, and creating programming that showcases music, issues and events that are not featured prominently by mainstream media. Its guiding principles are to:
Learn more or enroll in Radio Arte.