Norton Teen Advisory Squad (TASQ)
This season, TASQ members will assist Museum staff in developing the Norton Museum of Art’s first Black History Family Day set for noon to 5 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 24. Immersing themselves in the Collection, teens will lead Spotlight Talks that highlight African-American artists who have made an imprint on American culture. Black History Family Day is free to the public and features art-making activities led by local artists, gallery talks led by the Teen Advisory Squad (TASQ), a mix of live performances, and food.
Now accepting applications!
The deadline for submitting applications for the Spring Teen Advisory Squad is Feb. 1.
Click here to fill out the application.
Current members of the Teen Advisory Squad are:
Alexa Williams, Cardinal Newman High School; Autumn Payne, Dreyfoos School of the Arts; Ashton Smith, Saint John Paul Academy; Carolyn Lord, Dreyfoos School of the Art; Chubbasco Williamson, Lake Worth High School; Eleana Pena, Royal Palm Beach High School; Harry Vaughan Williams, Oxbridge Academy of the Palm Beaches
Shomari Baldwin-Jackson, Suncoast Community High School; Sofia Grosso, Dreyfoos School of the Arts; Markadala Theophile, Lake Worth High School; Taneria Tysinger, Suncoast Community High School.
*4 new members to be announced
Save the Date!
Teen Night / Thursday, July 12 from 5-9 p.m.
TASQ in the News
Palm Beach Post - Norton’s teen group to present Black History Family Day
Palm Beach Daily News - Teens advise Norton Museum on how to connect with their age group
Palm Beach Daily News - Why don’t more teens visit the Norton Museum? We asked six members of the new Teen Advisory Squad.
This program is made possible with support from The Kanders Endowment for Art Enrichment for School Children.