Together we’ll explore how art can communicate ideas and points of view to inspire social change. We will look at examples of work being made now and in history to better understand the relationship between art and activism. Students will explore how they can make art to address the injustices they see, how they can employ art as a powerful tool for communication, and how they can use their creativity to help make the world a better place for everyone. We’ll use illustration, printmaking, and painting to create art that speaks or shouts for what you believe.
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Tuesday, July 5th - Friday, July 8th
9:00 am - 1:00 pm
For rising 9th-11th graders
ArtReach Orlando’s Community Classroom
Arlington Arts Building
1000 Arlington St, Orlando, FL 32805
$125 per week
*Scholarships are available; please click below to fill out a scholarship form
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