FAILURE LAB: MCA Denver's teen program
Failure Lab, the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver's Teen Program, is an internship program for a select group of high school students. Because we believe that risking failure is an integral element of creativity, we designed this program to provide teens with a unique opportunity to try out wild ideas. Always encouraged to take chances, teens engage with museum professionals, interact with artists and work with other teens to organize exhibitions, programs and events for their peers.
The program runs concurrent with the school year. Teenagers who are interested in joining Failure Lab for the 2014-15 program should download and complete the application and apply prior to May 2014. Applications will be reviewed in the summer of 2014.
All other inquiries contact:
Ama Mills-Robertson, Manager of Programming & Fictions
303 298 7554 x203
Failure Lab is sponsored in part by the Fox Family, The Sidney E. Frank Foundation, Riverfront Park Community Foundation, A Anonymous Fund and Colorado Creative Industries. We would like to thank the citizens of the Scientific and Cultural Facilities District for their support.
Probably a teen art exhibition
on view through december 15, 2013
Images from Faux'stache party
Photographs by Jenn LaVista & Richard Peterson