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Student Open House: Identity Crisis

Come as you are; leave as someone else! Inspired by the work of chameleon photographer Cindy Sherman, the Walker Art Center Teen Arts Council presents a free night of costuming, identity swapping, live music, and more for students of all ages. Find out more about this event and future opportunities for teens at the Walker on Facebook.

Fake ID, 5–8 pm

Reinvent yourself for the night by playing with costumes and props in this identity swapping photo activity.

Mustache Mingle, 5–8 pm

It’s a new take on a spa party: enjoy refreshments and music by Radio K’s Those Meddling Kids while designing the ultimate mustache and other creative facial hairstyles.

Identity Theft 101, 5–8 pm

Learn tips and techniques to protect your identity from Wells Fargo team members.

High School Me, 5–9 pm

Ahh, the hallowed halls of high school. Step into the reality of the Zed Omegas—six “surrogate drop-outs” from Ed Zed Omega, a Twin Cities Public Television media project about education—and express your HS identity.

Who’s That Girl?, 5:30–7 pm

Get the inside scoop, random facts, and other interesting bits of information as members of the Walker Teen Arts Council lead tours of the acclaimed exhibition Cindy Sherman.

Music: Enola Gay, 8 pm

Lose yourself in the music by electronic dance duo Enola Gay.

Funding

Walker Teen Programs sponsored by

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Program support



The Walker Art Center’s Teen Programs are made possible by the Surdna Foundation and a grant from the U.S. Institute of Museum and Library Services.

Teens get in free at the Walker, thanks to Wells Fargo.

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