MOCA teamed up with The Whitney Museum of American Art, The Walker Art Center, and the Contemporary Art Museum, Houston to investigate the long-term impacts of their intensive teen programs. What happens after teens leave the program? How many pursue jobs in the arts? How did their participation affect their lives and their relationship to contemporary art?
The findings are powerful. 95% of study respondents reported that their time in the teen program was either one of the most or the most significant experiences of their lives to date.
Education programs at MOCA are generously supported by the MOCA Projects Council, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors through the Los Angeles County Arts Commission, the Good Works Foundation, and the Michael Asher Foundation.