Not Jewish? Not a Problem.
At the Contemporary Jewish Museum (CJM), teens 18 and under are always free. Teen programs offer a range of events and activities. The CJM's Teen Access 18 Program provides free annual Membership, and Teen Art Connect (TAC) provides teens with the opportunity to gain valuable skills and experience as an intern at the Museum.
Become an Intern: Teen Art Connect
Gain skills in communication, leadership, and critical thinking as you become an intern at the CJM in this paid, year-round program for teens. More »
Get to know this year’s cohort of Teen Art Connect (TAC) interns!
This “facebooklet” was designed by TAC intern, Franky Spektor. The photographs and accompanying essays were created by the TACs during a workshop with Airyka Rockefeller and were inspired by The Museum’s exhibition, Beat Memories: The Photographs of Allen Ginsberg.
Become a Member: Access 18
Ages 13-18 can become a CJM Member for free. With your own Membership card, you'll receive invitations to special youth events and discounts at the Museum Store and Cafe.
Teen-Led Architecture Tours
Teen Art Connect interns lead CJM visitors on a tour of the Museum's architecture.
Tours are free with Museum admission.
Teen Events at the Museum
- The CJM has events exclusively for teens all
year long, from parties to workshops.
See upcoming teen events »
Join our Facebook Group, Teens at the Contemporary Jewish Museum, and learn about upcoming internships, workshops, and events.
Teen Art Connections BlogRead first-hand accounts from the Teen Art Connect interns about what they really experience here at the Museum. Go to the blog »
Teen Programs at the CJM are made possible by major support from Deutsche Bank with additional generous support from Wells Fargo Foundation, Macy’s Foundation, U.S. Bank, Union Bank Foundation, and FLAX art & design.