Culturally-specific Communities

Light House brings young people together to make movies. We are a 501(c)(3) nonprofit filmmaking center dedicated to helping students develop their vision and show their work. We believe in the importance of collaboration and community, the...
Last Updated: January 14, 2017
Our Story: Located within the West Washington National Historic Register District, the Center was built in 1925 as the Children’s Dispensary, where free and reduced medical care was available to families without financial resources. It was later...
Last Updated: February 10, 2017
Render Creative Inc. is a non-profit organization focused on empowering youth by encouraging self-expression through quality accessible arts programs. Each year we run a summer program called “Main IDEA,” working with multi-ethnic youth ages 8–12 in...
Last Updated: February 13, 2017
The Native American After School Art Program (NAASAP) unites Native American youth and assists them in developing skills and perspectives that will result in an increased knowledge and sense of pride in their cultural identity. Through community...
Last Updated: February 16, 2017
Bond Street Theatre initiates creative programming that inspires and educates youth, addresses human rights issues, heals communities affected by poverty and conflict, and promotes the value of the arts in shaping a peaceful future.   The company...
Last Updated: February 17, 2017
The MARZ Project is a free drop in digital arts and media lab where at risk youth work one on one with professionals in specific media trades.  Anyone in the age range of the project can utilize our equipment and expertise to create projects of...
Last Updated: February 21, 2017
Founded in 2016, the Social Justice Sewing Academy is a critical education program that fosters participatory art as a vehicle for personal transformation, community cohesion, and social change. We bring together artist-mentors, local youth, and...
Last Updated: July 21, 2017
Our mission is rooted in the belief that art-making, as a form of human expression, is for ALL people and that all people should have access to resources enabling them to participate in the experience of making art. It is our intention to help those...
Last Updated: August 21, 2017
TerraLuna Collaborative views the arts as humanity’s developmental evaluation. Arts-Based Evaluation (ABE) collects, analyzes, and reports data through artistic methods. Examples of ABE methods include photovoice, the visual matrix, verbatim theatre...
Last Updated: September 9, 2017
Welcome to Camp America is a conceptual documentary photo book and touring exhibition combining vivid, unexpected imagery, original government documents and first-person texts to convey the absurdity and disorientation of Guantánamo Bay, America's...
Last Updated: December 1, 2017

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