Studio ProgramsLearning the tools for our liberation.
Groundswell’s Studio Programs are a highly diverse series of youth development opportunities hosted at our Gowanus studio. Groundswell’s Studio Programs 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.
Portfolio Development is a rigorous afterschool program for youth interested in creating a dynamic portfolio for college admission and scholarships.
Print Power introduces youth to the Groundswell community, mission, and use of art as social justice. Students will engage in radical printing and designing, and exploring ways to use public space as gallery space. No background in art is necessary and everyone is welcome to join!
Teen Empowerment Mural Apprenticeship (TEMA) is an afterschool program for young people ages 16-19 to learn how to paint a mural and use art for social change.
Voices Her'd is an afterschool and summer program serving self-identified young women who have demonstrated exemplary commitment to using art as a tool for social justice.
Making His’tory is an afterschool program for exceptional young men that challenges notions of identity to break cycles of inequity facing young men of color today.