Digital Stories: Photography and Blogging (Ages 15–18)

Shoot your own images of New York, learn how to tell compelling stories, and blog about personal responses to city life. Let the special exhibition Garry Winogrand inspire you, and take part in workshops with a curator, photographer, social media specialist, and professional blogger. Your own photography and writing will be posted on the Met's Teen Blog. Application required.

Please note: The application requires you to scan and upload your current high school transcript and a short video (2 minutes or less) telling us something about yourself and your interest in the arts. Please have these items ready to upload before you begin filling out the application.

Registration for this program is now closed.

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Teen Pass

Enjoy free Museum admission with a Teen Pass and valid middle or high school I.D.

Teen Audio Guide

Want to learn the stories behind the Met's collection? Check out an Audio Guide! Free for NYC high school students.

Program Support

Teen programs are made possible by New York Life Foundation, Stanley R. Stangren, The Enoch Foundation, Beal Family Foundation, Constance Goulandris Foundation, and Milton & Sally Avery Arts Foundation, Inc., and Yolanda Shashaty.

The Teen Pass for Middle and High School Students is made possible by the Estate of Lillian Hirschmann.

Audio Guide sponsored by Bloomberg Philanthropies.

Free Audio Guides for New York City public high school students are made possible by the May and Samuel Rudin Family Foundation, Inc.