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What's on Your Mind: Write for The Met's Teen Blog

A man peers out at the audience while the top of his head unfolds revealing a golden green texture and coin-like figures.

Max Ernst (French [born Germany], 1891–1976). Gala Éluard, 1924. Oil on canvas; 32 x 25 3/4 in. (81.3 x 65.4 cm). The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, The Muriel Kallis Steinberg Newman Collection, Gift of Muriel Kallis Newman, 2006 (2006.32.15)

Calling all writers! Last Friday, 3,338 of you took The Met! Now, take The Met's Teen Blog, written by teens, for teens!

One of the best parts of my job is reviewing the amazing writing by teens for our Teen Blog posts. In the past, teens have reviewed an exhibition, researched a favorite artwork, featured their own poems or artwork alongside inspirations from the collection, or shared their experience participating in a Teen Program. The most intriguing posts start with your passion; whether it's bees, baseball, Buddhism, or the brain, I encourage every teen to write about what interests or excites you most as it relates to The Met!

Feeling inspired to write a blog post? Email us to tell us more about the blog post you'd like to write for the Teen Blog. Whatever's on your mind, feel free to let us know, and get creative.


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