Investigating Where We Live

Opens August 10, 2019

What makes a great public space? Why should everyone have access to green spaces regardless of who they are and where they live?

Through artwork, design, and photography, teen participants from this summer’s Investigating Where We Live program share their perspectives on these questions and reflections in this exhibition of their own creation.

Teens interested in applying or for more information can visit our Teen Programs page. Investigating Where We Live, awarded the National Arts and Humanities Youth Program Award in 2013, is a five week intensive, urban exploration and exhibition design summer program at the Museum for teens from the Washington, D.C. area. Teens explore the city, learn various forms of artistic expression, meet creative professionals, and design and install a museum exhibition.

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