The Warehouse Project & Gallery is proud to be offering 30 summer positions for youth participants! All participants will receive a stipend for their work. TWPG delivers positive social change through the arts and all projects will provide research, writing, performance and visual arts opportunities. Students of all abilities are encouraged to apply!
Projects and details are listed below. Please share this link or direct interested students to our website to complete the online application. Do not hesitate to contact me with any questions.
Positions are available for students entering 7th grade and up. Students must be available for 1-2 meetings per week from mid-May through mid-August, schedules will be determined once project teams are built. Students may apply for any and all projects but will be chosen to participate in no more than 2.
Education Poverty Project- Focusing on living and learning in poverty
Deconstructing Consent- Focusing on understanding boundaries and consent
Visual Arts- Designing and painting a community mural(s)
Pop-offs- Using poetry to talk about issues that bother you
Meredith Schilsky, LCSW
President & Chief Creative Director
The Warehouse Project & Gallery