NSU Art Museum Fort Lauderdale will host its first open call to teen artists to be part of the newest exhibition, “A Missing Generation.” Artists can submit artwork of any medium including visual art, dance, music, writing, and performance through April 4. “A Missing Generation” will be curated by the Museum’s Teen Art Council and will be on view from May 4-7.
“A Missing Generation” will be an exhibition of artwork by Broward County teens curated by student members of NSU Art Museum’s Teen Art Council, highlighting the unique perspectives and experiences of local teens.
“NSU Art Museum is elated to launch a call to teen artists for our upcoming exhibition ‘A Missing Generation,’” said Bonnie Clearwater, director and chief curator of NSU Art Museum. “Our Teen Arts Council is comprised of students who have an immense passion for the arts and who come together with peers to plan events, investigate exhibitions and discover the inner workings of the Museum. With this unique exhibition, we are opening the ability to submit artwork up to all Broward County students who, if selected, will have the opportunity to exhibit their work in our Museum.”
- The submission period is open through 5 p.m. on April 4
- Drop-off time for physical pieces of art is April 17-21 at NSU Art Museum (One East Las Olas Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale, 33301)
- Applicants must be aged 13 to 19 years and must be attending high school in Broward County
- All mediums are encouraged, including visual art, dance, music, writing, and performance. There is a maximum of 3 submissions per artist, and all artwork must be recent work made within the student’s high school term.
- All submissions must be submitted through the online form or by emailing Education1@nova.edu.
For more information and questions, please contact the NSU Art Museum Education Department at Education1@nova.edu.