MoCP Teen Night

The Museum of Contemporary Photography will host its first-ever Teen Night with activities geared specifically toward a younger audience.

The Museum of Contemporary Photography will host its first-ever Teen Night on Thursday, July 26. The event aims to expose Chicago-area teens to the many resources and exhibitions the museum offers and was designed by the MoCP’s summer interns, meaning that the program is wholly created for and by teens.

Attending teens will partake in a photo scavenger hunt with the opportunity to earn art books and MoCP apparel as prizes. Additionally, attendees will use the current View Finder: Landscape and Leisure in the Collection and Lucas Foglia: Human Nature exhibitions on environmentalism to inform zine and button designs. Teens are also invited to participate in an art-share for the opportunity to present their work and engage with other artists. Artists interested in participating in the art-share can email for more information.

Attendees for the museum’s Teen Night should be between the ages of 13-19. Registration and event attendance are free. Registration information can be found here: MoCP Teen Night.

MoCP Teen Night
Thursday, July 26
5–7 p.m.
Museum of Contemporary Photography
600 S. Michigan Ave.