JME 39.3: All Together Now: Teens and Museums

In Volume 39, No 3 of the Journal of Museum Education (JME), Guest Editor Gabrielle Wyrick brings together articles that explore the history of teen programming in museums, provide insight into its current state of practice, and consider its long-term impact and significance for the future of museums striving to remain relevant in a rapidly changing world.

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JME 39.3

1. From the Editor-in-Chief
Cynthia Robinson

2. From the Guest Editor: All Together Now: Teens and Museums
Gabrielle Wyrick (ICA/Boston)

3. Youth Empowerment and Contemporary Art: Where Are We Now? Danielle Linzer (Whitney Museum of American Art)

4. Teens, Digital Media and the Museum Context: Redefining Authority in the Contemporary Art Museum
Ryan Hill (Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden) and Joe Douillette (ICA/Boston)

5. Something Larger Than Ourselves: Redefining the Young Artists at Work Program as an Art-as-Activism Residency for Teens
Laurel Butler (Yerba Buena Center for the Arts)

6. Real Teens, Real Tours: Teen Engagement Strategies for the One-Time Visit
Krista Dahl Kusuma (ICA/Boston) and Gabrielle Wyrick (ICA/Boston)

7. Confessions of Former Teen Program Participants: Two Decades Later
Gabrielle Wyrick (ICA/Boston)

Tools, Frameworks, and Case Studies
8. Museum Education and Art Therapy: Promoting Wellness in Older Adults
Brooke Rosenblatt (The Philips Collection)

What the Research Says
9. Inside the Black Box: What Happens on a One-Time Field Trip
Anne Kraybill (Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art)

Author Interview
10. Teaching in the Museum: Careers in Museum Education, by Leah M. Melber
Susan B. Spero (John F. Kennedy University)