Jean Black is the founder of Black Camera Productions/ BCP's Youth Media Training Camp, located in Oakland, CA. BCP provides media skill training workshops for youth to learn how to express themselves while also hosting engaging events, all to shine a light on ways we can take action to make [...]
Founded in 2010 by Ms Agnes Ochwata, Barmathonye Music Club provides a unique opportunity for rural boys and girls in Obambo, Kisumu, Kenya to build their confidence and improve their literacy skills through participation in music and drama competitions. The club currently supports 50 pupils aged of 8 -15 years. [...]
Nyakasinga Community Library is an initiative created by Christopher Mogaka Magwaro as well as Boaz Ongote and others of Nyakasinga Intergrated Community Development Group. The project is located in Kisumu, Kenya and the goal is to promote formal and non-formal education with a focus on children, youth and women. The [...]
Christian Holguin is the facilitator of the project, Level Up Screen Printing Project” located in San Diego, CA. Level Up Screen Printing is a mobile screen printing project servicing the communities of Southeast San Diego. The goal is to get young and aspiring graphic artists to make social movement art. [...]
Patrick Scorese Allison Brzezinski, Nikita Chaudhry are the organizers of the project “Live Art as Effective Activism: A Symposium”, located in Brooklyn, NY. The symposium on contemporary performance and activist efficacy aims to foster an open and critical exchange of ideas to refine creative, collaborative, and nonviolent approaches to activism [...]
The Fresh Voices Comic Creator Workshop is taught in the Metro-Atlanta area by Prime Vice Studios a sequential art company founded by Loso Perez. He and Ananya Vahal teach comic book creation workshops at organizations, art centers, schools, etc. to develop talent and diverse voices through the sequential art medium. [...]
Studio Syria was established in 2013 to bring creative educational supplies and classes to Syrians living as refugees in Jordan. The simple donation of pencils and school notebooks reminds children and their families that they are not forgotten, even as the Syrian war drags on.
Brush with the Law (BWTL) is a nonprofit organization that seeks to help socially marginalized individuals reconnect with their community through collaborative and creative art projects throughout the metropolitan Philadelphia area.
ASIGE Women's Basket is a sustainable skills development project in the Upper East region of Ghana. This project builds the skills of women in Baskets weaving and waste rubber management as well as financial empowerment scheme through what we term as “Build, Operate and Share”.
The Social Sequencer project educates people to learn and create electronic music. This Social Sequence device is for all ages. Anyone without musical background can make rhythms and melodies by arranging physical objects on special boards to make music. This project makes creating music fun and engaging while people become [...]