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ICA receives national honor for teen programming

The Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston will receive the nation’s highest honor for after-school arts and humanities programs, in recognition of its work with teens.

First lady Michelle Obama will present the National Arts and Humanities Youth Program Award on Monday at the White House to ICA director Jill Medvedow and to 18-year-old Romario Accime of Hyde Park, a member of the ICA Teen Arts Council. Chosen from more than 350 nominations and 50 finalists, the ICA’s teen initiative is among 12 after-school and out-of-school programs across the country to receive the award.

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