TAB members perform To Heal is to Fight in Noguchi Museum garden
TAB 2021–22 members perform To Heal is to Fight. Photo: Katherine Abbott. ©INFGM / ARS

Teen Advisory Board

Apply by October 26

The Noguchi Museum’s Teen Advisory Board [TAB] is a paid internship for high school students. Each year, TAB interns learn about the life and art of Isamu Noguchi and work on collaborative projects that promote dialogue and inclusivity at the Museum.

This year, TAB interns will focus their conversations around social justice and the empowerment of communities and cultures, considering the global influences in Isamu Noguchi’s life and work.

TAB interns are paid a $750 stipend for the school year, receiving $375 at both the midpoint and end of the program.

The Teen Advisory Board is open to 11th–12th graders attending high school in New York City. TAB meets at The Noguchi Museum on Wednesdays, 4:30–6:30 pm, from November 16, 2022, through May 3, 2023. Vaccination against COVID-19 is strongly encouraged for participation. Contact with any questions about the program.

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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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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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