Fabrizio Flores - Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles

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  • 1. By: Fabrizio Flores MOCA LOS ANGELES
  • 2. “ CELEBRATING MOCA’S CONCEPTION, CREATING ITS ICONIC FUTURE”
  • 3. HIGH SCHOOL COMMUNITY PROGRAM
  • 4. HISTORY Since 1992 9 students 2 High Schools Dedicated Staff
  • 5.
    • At a critical age for finding and developing interests, MOCA Los Angeles offer adolescents opportunities for to develop and strengthen:
      • Personal Identity
      • foster community
      • prepare for adulthood
      • create avenues for lifelong learning
  • 6. FORMAT APPLICATION AND INTERVIEW PAID WORK AND LEARN INTERNSHIP WEEKLY MEETINGS MEET AND WORK WITH MUSEUM STAFF PLAN EVENTS/FIELD TRIPS LEARN AND MAKE CONTEMPORARY ART WORK WITH EXHIBITING ARTIST ARTISTIC TECHNIQUES ARE LESS IMPORTANT THAN THE POTENTIAL TO BOTH BENEFIT AND CONTRIBUTE TO THE PROJECTS, DISCUSSIONS, AND SOCIAL FABRIC OF THE GROUP
  • 7. How have we been able to sustain the MAP in the last 18 years?
  • 8.
    • LOS ANGELES COUNTY ANNUAL REPORT 2008—2009
    • 10.4 Million people
    • 88 Cities
    • 4.1 Million people living in the city of Los Angeles
    • 29% Youth under 19 years of age ( 43% born outside the U.S.)
    • The Gross Product of L.A. County is 18 among world’s countries. (2007)
    • High School Drop-Outs (U.S. Department of Labor 2007):
    • 18-65 years old with-out a diploma earn $24,000 ( 31 Euros)
      • with high school diploma GED earn $40,000 ( 52 Euros)
      • 25 years or older report being in worst health
      • High percentages of the nation’s prison and death row inmates
  • 9. 2010-2011 MAP AT A GLANCE 13 different high schools 3 Unified School Districts   9 Cities 4 LA Districts represented 1,3,4,7   3 Private schools 14 Public schools 1 Continuation School   4 juniors 13 seniors   11 girls 6 boys
  • 10.
    • CHALLENGES
    • INSTITUTIONAL
    • PERSONAL
    • PROGRAM
  • 11. KEY FINDINGS AUTHENTIC NATURAL FIT LONG-TERM COMMITMENT IN-DEPTH EXPERIENCE LEARNING THATS MEANINGFUL STRUCTURE RESOURCES COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIPS STAFF (GENDER) DIVERSITY TEEN PSYCHOLOGY
  • 12.
    • LEARNING ABOUT MUSEUMS AND ART
    • Before this program I never felt truly comfortable in a museum setting.
    • Before MAP, I had very little exposure to the art in museums because of where I lived.
    • I understand and appreciate forms of art I never would have looked at before.
  • 13.
    • LEARNING TOGETHER
    • None of my friends are really artsy so it was great to get together and talk about art with everyone.
    • The other Apprentices really motivated me to pursue visual arts more.
    • Being in a small community of artists, I have changed my style by using a variety of materials inspired by other Apprentices.
  • 14.
    • ARTISTIC FINDINGS
    • I Just wanted to grow old with this program—2005
    • I loved this program, I never want to leave .—2003
    • Unparalleled opportunity to grow as an artist and have access to people and resources .—2004
    • Now I find more courage in me to express what I want to express .—2004
    • This program has made me realize that no matter what I do or study, I will always make sure that art is part of my life.— 2004
  • 15.
    • ARE WE ASKING THE
    • RIGHT QUESTIONS?
    • INSTITUTIONAL
    • PERSONAL
    • PROGRAM
    • TEENS
    FURURE?
  • 16. ARE WE ASKING THE RIGHT QUESTIONS? I NSTITUTIONAL Mission and Vision Internal Marketing Development Identity Cross Promotion FURURE?
  • 17. ARE WE ASKING THE RIGHT QUESTIONS? PERSONAL Advocate inside and outside of institution Increase visibility through ongoing marketing Professional Development Network Mentor Fun FURURE?
  • 18. “ ARE WE ASKING THE RIGHT QUESTIONS” PROGRAM Take risks Advocacy Identity Self-assessment Alumni Association FURURE?
  • 19. “ ARE WE ASKING THE RIGHT QUESTIONS” TEENS ( Best resource) Checking-in What they like? What works? Life after high school? FURURE?
  • 20. MAP, and its relationship with a culturally diverse community setting, is one of the most effective ways of supporting the vitality of student artists and the gifts they have to offer. In addition, MAP acknowledges and values the individual efforts of promising student artists and citizens.“ Fabrizio Flores
  • 21. MAP 2010-2011
  • 22.