TAB 2020-21 last meeting at The Noguchi Museum
TAB 2020–21. Photo: Katherine Abbott

Teen Advisory Board

The Noguchi Museum’s Teen Advisory Board [TAB] is a paid internship for high school students. Each year, TAB interns plan projects that promote dialogue and inclusivity at the Museum.

This year, TAB interns focus their conversations around anti-racism, and the establishment of art museums considering the alternative path that Isamu Noguchi took in creating The Noguchi Museum. After learning about museum structures and the social role of art, TAB interns will collaborate on a final project together. Applications for the next cohort will be posted in Fall 2022.


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Educators Sejin Park and Pam Reyes discuss the goals of the Teen Advisory Board, its success in using art to process current events, and how students have responded to difficult topics through art and activism.

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TAB members posing in front of their anti-racist posters installed in the Museum’s Shop. Photo: Katherine Abbott.

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