Summer Learning Experiences - Creative Concepts: Powerful Poetry and Abstract Art Workshop | Kids Out and About Houston

Summer Learning Experiences - Creative Concepts: Powerful Poetry and Abstract Art Workshop

Creative Concepts calls on anyone who loves to write, paint, draw, create! In this program, participants will engage in writing workshops, Upstander programming, and will participate in art clinics that will lead to the creation of several poetry and abstract art creations that represent a social justice issue of their choosing. Their work will be presented in an end-of-experience showcase, and exhibit of their work.

Summer Learning Experiences at Holocaust Museum Houston provide a space for young change-makers to engage in the arts, experiential learning, social justice, community service, and advocacy during the summer months. Students will work with local artists and educators to learn, to create, and to inspire the community with their voices and their work.  

Creative Concepts calls on anyone who loves to write, paint, draw, create! In this program, participants will engage in writing workshops, Upstander programming, and will participate in art clinics that will lead to the creation of several poetry and abstract art creations that represent a social justice issue of their choosing. Their work will be presented in an end-of-experience showcase, and exhibit of their work.

Specific information about daily program hours, before and after program care, and cost can be found on the registration pages. A limited number of scholarships are available for 2020 and will be given on first-come-first-served basis. 


*Times, dates, and prices of any activity posted to our calendars are subject to change. Please be sure to click through directly to the organization’s website to verify.

Location:

Holocaust Museum Houston
5401 Caroline
Houston , TX, 77004
United States

Phone:

713-527-1633
Contact name: 
Alyssa Weinstein-Sears
Email address: 
Dates: 
08/03/2020
08/04/2020
08/05/2020
Time: 
9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Price: 
$300 for Museum members; $350 for non-members

Ages

Teenagers