Students develop the artistic and critical thinking skills to examine social justice.
Students develop their artistic and critical thinking skills in this interdisciplinary program that helps them to examine social justice in their communities and view public spaces as a community-centered outlet. Students choose between two parallel tracks taught by master instructors: theater, which explores the fundamentals of writing and performing for the stage, and visual arts, which offers hands-on instruction in the creation of art for public exhibition. Students attend live performances and visit art galleries, and both tracks culminate with an informal performance and exhibition.
Twenty-three free workshops.
Appropriate for grades 9—12.