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Teen Advisory Board

The Arkansas Arts Center's Teen Advisory Board offers opportunities for creative and motivated teens to play for a role in developing the arts community in Central Arkansas.

The Teen Advisory Board works to develop new avenues to serve teen audiences, plan and execute projects and events for teens, and promote dialogue and inclusivity at the Arkansas Arts Center. Board members learn about all aspects of the museum, performing arts center, and art school through behind-the-scenes activities and experiences. Through engagement with art appreciation, art making and the performing arts, participants inform the direction of the Arts Center's programs and activities for teens.

By creating a space for open dialogue with teen community members, the Arts Center continues to instill the value of the arts in young people throughout Arkansas, foster skills in critical and creative thinking, teamwork, flexibility and empathy, and offer avenues to explore exciting career paths.


  1. Must commit to one half of a school year of service (January 2021 – May 2021)
  2. Must be able to meet online once each month
  3. Must be a high school student in the greater Little Rock area.

Teen advisory Board members commit to a half school year of service (January – May) and meet one Thursday a month virtually to work on projects and engage in learning opportunities. They will advise the Arts Center on how to better serve teen audiences and plan projects that promote dialogue and inclusion.



Business Hours: Mon – Fri 9 AM - 5 PM    Address: 2510 Cantrell Rd., P.O. Box 2137, Little Rock, Arkansas 72203-2137    Phone: 501.372.4000

Arkansas Arts Center programs are supported in part by: Arkansas Arts Center Foundation; City of Little Rock; City of North Little Rock; Little Rock Convention and Visitors Bureau;
and the Arkansas Arts Council, a division of Arkansas Heritage, and the National Endowment for the Arts.

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