Met art teens are the world’s newest generation of budding poets, whose work has captivated audiences in recent years.
They also represent a rare breed of young people who have never previously found fame or fortune in traditional arts.
They are the new generation of literary talents.
They were born in New York City but grew up elsewhere.
Met art, the art form for young artists, is growing and changing in a way that may not have been possible a decade ago, said Matthew Riechmann, a senior writer for The Wall St. Journal.
The new generation, like the old, has found a voice and an audience.
Met arts, Riechanman said, is a genre that is growing in popularity and has “been largely overlooked.”
This article originally appeared on The Wall Streets Journal.
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