In partnership with the CAC's Summer Arts Camp, Teen Arts Interns spend their mornings engaged in intensive arts workshops and leadership training sessions, learning the basics of what it means to be a professional teaching artist.
In the afternoons, interns put what they've learned into practice while working with the younger campers and assisting teaching artists in the fields of Music, Dance, Theater, Culinary Arts, or Visual Arts.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: June 1, 2015
The 2015 Teen Arts Internship is open to teens in grades 9–12.Read more →
ETHEL’s Documerica is a multimedia interweaving of music and life that uses Documerica—the landmark visual and musical snapshot of America in the tumultuous 1970’s that was commissioned by the Environmental Protection Agency—as inspiration.Read more →
How to Build a Forest is a polysynthetic, interdisciplinary hybrid of a project. Part visual art installation and part theater performance, this durational event unfolds over eight hours.Read more →
Written in 1966 and labeled as part of a double-bill of one-act plays entitled Slapstick Tragedy, this later play by Tennessee Williams takes place in the New Orleans French Quarter on Christmas Eve 1948.Read more →
Soundtrack ‘63 is a multi-media, live music performance that takes the audience back in time with a cultural and artistic retrospective of the Civil Rights Movement from 1963 to the Black Lives Matter Movement.Read more →