Youth

Provided by:
Octavia Project
Type of opportunity:
Arts & Design
Who is this opportunity for?
High School Students, Immigrants / Refugees / Asylum Seekers, Individuals with disabilities, LGBTQIA+, Low income Individuals and Families, Low-to-Moderate Income Individuals and Families, Teenagers, Youth
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The Octavia Project Summer Institute

Provided by:
Octavia Project
Type:
Training and Education
Resource for:
High School Students,  Immigrants / Refugees / Asylum Seekers,  Individuals with disabilities,  LGBTQIA+,  Low income Individuals and Families,  Low-to-Moderate Income Individuals and Families,  Teenagers,  Youth
Keywords:
Summer Programs
Free summer program inviting young women and trans, nonbinary, and/or gender non-conforming youth ages 14-18 to use science fiction to build connections between STEM and the arts in daily workshops.

More info at:

Phone: (347) 201-1456
2023-DICESU-23-24-Flyers

DICE Program - After-School Scholarship Based Art and Design Classes

Provided by:
Pratt Institute Center for Art, Design, and Community Engagement K-12
Type:
Training and Education
Resource for:
High School Students,  Low income Individuals and Families,  Teenagers,  Youth
Keywords:
Arts and Culture
The Design Initiative for Community Empowerment (DICE) program is a free, scholarship-based, after-school program that introduces high school students to the challenges of creative thinking and problem-solving through studio classes in design. Students investigate their communities through various programs such as Graphic Design, Architecture, Design Entrepreneurship, and more. DICE classes are developed in collaboration with the Schools of Art, Design, and Architecture, and are taught by Pratt faculty members.

More info at:

Phone: 718-687-5331
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