HEY YOUTH? Would you like to spend the night at the Art Institute hanging with other teens and designing awesome things? Here is your once in a lifetime opportunity…
What: Teen Council at the Art Institute of Chicago is a throwing an overnight teen design competition. Working with Design Mentors, teams of teens will compete to Re:Imagine the museum for chances to win grand prizes. Choose your favorite design category to compete in: Fashion Design, Interior/Architectural Design, Industrial Design/Designed Objects, Illustration/Graphic Design, Digital Design, or Interpretation.
Who: Apply as a team (with up five members per team) or apply on your own and be matched with a team. Every participant-solo or on a team-needs to complete their own application. All Chicago-land high school students are welcome.
When: 12:00pm, March 7 – 12:00pm, March 8, 2015
Where: The Art Institute of Chicago
— Stay Overnight at the Museum.
— Have impact at the Art Institute of Chicago…then brag about it on your resume and college apps.
— Collaborate with teammates and Design Mentors to realize an insanely cool idea.
— It is totally FREE.
— You could win prizes!
— There will be a caffeine bar, meals, and late-night snacks.
— Did we mention the midnight dance party?
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