Frieze Teens 2017-18

Apply to take part in the 2017-18 Frieze Education program in New York


Frieze Teens with Urs Fischer, 2015

Frieze Teens with Urs Fischer, 2015

The Frieze Teens program provides high school students with the opportunity to meet and collaborate with key players in the contemporary art world.

Ongoing until May 2018, Frieze Teens meet weekly for workshops and site visits, developing a comprehensive understanding of the myriad careers and current practice in the world of contemporary art. Frieze Teens form a peer community and work collaboratively to investigate and broaden their artistic perspectives.

Frieze Teens expand their verbal and written communication skills through a series of research and reflective projects. The ideal candidate for this program, is hardworking, curious, discerning, responsible and interested in a career in the arts. After months of professional development, Frieze Teens engage and lead personalized tours of the Frieze New York fair to visiting school groups.

  • Applicants must be current high school students
  • Applicants must be able to make a commitment to the Frieze Teens Program for the full academic year (until May)
  • Frieze Teens will meet Saturdays from 10:30am-12pm, until May 2018

Application Process

Applicants should provide one letter of recommendation, and participate in a face-to-face interview.

For further details, please download the flyer via the link below.





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