Teen Nights are free events inspired by the Newark Museum’s collection. At Teen Nights you can:
- see and create art
- hear music
- watch films
- capture the moment in a photo booth
- win raffles
- enjoy refreshments
- and meet new people!
No preregistration is required. Please leave all backpacks and bags at home! If you need to bring one along, it must be checked on arrival. Free and open to teens ages 13 – 18.
Upcoming teen nights:
- Friday, March 1, 2019 | 6 – 9 PM
- Friday, April 12, 2019 | 6 – 9 PM
- Friday, June 28, 2019 | 6 – 9 PM
Night at the Museum 4.12.19
A fun and interactive real-life game of clue throughout the exhibits of the Newark Museum. Work with your friends and peers to solve the who, where, and how. Teens ages 13 - 18 receive free entry and food!
Get ready to fill-up your passport as you race around the world! Be sure to bring your country's flag. Teens ages 13 - 18 receive free entry and food!
Fright Night 10.26.18
Get ready for a spooky good time! Enjoy horror films, spooky tour of the Ballantine house and our haunted garden. Teens ages 13 - 18 receive free entry and food!
Photographers are historians by default, using the medium to purvey our encapsulated memories of past and present events. The digital camera allows today’s photographer to create images that can instantly convey an emotion or tell a story. This series will includes an exploration of the manipulation of light, composition and personal perspective along the spectrums of portraiture, documentary, and fine art. Student will create biographical works. The objective is to create a series of images that convey emotion, a sense of time and place, and serve as a documentary tool. This teen course will run for eight (8) Saturdays staring on March 2, 2019. Workshops are two hours long, from 10 AM - 12 PM.
Explorer led tours every Saturday at 2 PM. Explorers highlight a variety of themes and share their personal interactions with the Newark Museum’s permanent collection. Join us in front of the Museum shop.
January: Community & Heritage
March: Pattern & Repetition
May: Culture, Time & Place
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