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TEEN TALKS | Armando Avila Jr. x Jean Carlos Espinoza x Ginny Huo

Armando Avila Jr., Family Tradition: Chiles Rellenos, 2020.
 

Jean Carlos Espinoza, The Look of Honesty, 2020. 
 

Armando Avila Jr. x Jean Carlos Espinoza x Ginny Huo

Armando Avila Jr., Family Tradition: Chiles Rellenos, 2020.
 

Armando Avila Jr. x Jean Carlos Espinoza x Ginny Huo

Jean Carlos Espinoza, The Look of Honesty, 2020. 
 

Oct 20, 2020
3:30pm

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Studio Museum Teens, Teens, Teen Programs

Join us for the launch of our second episode of TEEN TALKS on IGTV with Expanding the Walls 2020 participants Armando Avila Jr. and Jean Carlos Espinoza. Watch the conversation at the @studiomuseumteens account to hear the teens discuss their artwork in the online exhibition Hearts in Isolation (2020) as well as share how Expanding the Walls provided a safe space for them to explore, learn technical photography skills, and deepen their emerging art practices. 

Ginny Huo, Senior Coordinator, Teen Programs, moderates the conversation and sits in community with the teens as they reflect on their time as participants, share programmatic highlights, and recount moments of personal growth. 

Remember to follow and turn your notifications on to receive reminders for the @studiomuseumteens account as Ginny Huo will be going live on Instagram with the teens to celebrate the launch of the conversation!

Follow Armondo Avila Jr. here:
Instagram: @armando_avilajr

Follow Jean Carlos Espinoza here: 
Instagram: @jeanvzla.22

TEEN TALKS

At The Studio Museum in Harlem we believe in creating and nurturing teen-centered spaces where young creatives can come together to collaborate and learn about art-making, art history, and professional development. TEEN TALKS invites individuals from the Museum’s teen programs to meet and reflect on ideas and concepts that they have learned while under the leadership of museum professionals. In a conversation moderated by Ginny Huo, Senior Coordinator, Teen Programs, program participants will engage in critical thought and live conversation about their art practice in a public forum.

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