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ICA is moving to a new home

By Kameel Lashley // T.i.P Staff Writer

THE INSTITUTE OF CONTEMPORARY ART, SOUTHWEST VIEW.

THE INSTITUTE OF CONTEMPORARY ART, MEDIATHEQUE. DILLER,SCOFIDIO AND RENFRO, ARCHITECTS.

FAST FACTS:

The Institute of Contemporary Art 955 Boylston St., Boston, MA 02115 617-266-5152 • www.icaboston.org GALLERY HOURS: Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday, noon-5 p.m. Thursday, noon-9 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, 11 a.m.-5 p.m. ADMISSION: $5 students and seniors ICA members, FREE Thursday after 5 p.m. Compiled By: Rosalina Hercules, T.i.P. Staff Writer

ICA teen and school programs:

ICA’s target youth audience is teens, who may find meaningful connections between their lives and contemporary visual art with its vital reflection of contemporary culture, and provocative use of materials and imagery. Current teen programs are offered during and after school and consist of a teen design program that connects teens with designers and architects, an artist-in-residence program that offers extended experiences with artists, “Fast Forward,” an after-school teen video production program, and “WallTalk,” an exhibition related program that inspires student writing, original artwork, and guided tours.

The ICA works with students and teachers through Partner Schools, Guided Tours, and Teacher Programs that offer teachers classroom connec- tions to specific exhibitions and contemporary art in general.

Submitted by the ICA

T. P. / BOSTON TEENS IN PRINT / SEPTEMBER 2005 / 11

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