Registration Open, Making His'tory & Voices Her'd, @ Groundswell
January 4, 2019

Apply Now For Spring-Summer Studio Programs!

Groundswell is now accepting applications for our Spring-Summer Studio Programs. Apply now for our free after school programs: Making His'tory and Voices Her'd. Both programs have a paid Summer position component for youth muralists who successfully complete the Spring sessions. 

Studio Programs are a highly diverse series of youth development opportunities hosted at our Gowanus studio. We offer a suite of opportunities for youth to develop the skills necessary for a creative practice, engage in a dynamic community of like-minded people, and explore social justice issues relevant today.

Making His'tory and Voices Her'd are held afterschool weekly beginning in early April. For more information on each program check out our website, call 718-254-9782, or e-mail studioprograms@groundswell.nyc.  

Program Offerings: 

Making His'tory (Ages 16-19, Fridays 4-7pm, April 5-June 21)

Groundswell's Making His'tory Spring/Summer program is a leadership development group that brings together young men of color to work with two Groundswell artists, and through art-making identify issues and conditions impacting them today. They'll also have the opportunity to be part of the Making His'tory summer mural job in July-August. Participants don't have to be experienced in art to join the program, they just have to be interested in art, community and social justice. 

Click here to apply | Click here for Full Program Summary 

Voices Her'd (Ages 16-19, Thursdays 4-7pm, April 4-June 20)

Groundswell's Voices Her'd Spring/Summer program is a leadership development group that brings together young women of color to work with two Groundswell artists, and through art-making identify issues and conditions impacting them today. They'll also have the opportunity to be part of the Voices Her'd summer mural job in July-August. Participants don't have to be experienced in art to join the program, they just have to be interested in art, community and social justice. 

Click here to apply | Click here for Full Program Summary 

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