Arts to Advocacy
School-based Workshop Series

A SchoolTalk Arts to Advocacy youth learns about careers in photographySchoolTalk’s Arts to Advocacy School-based Workshop Series supports the successful transition of D.C. high school students with disabilities by providing opportunities for youth to enhance self-awareness and self-expression skills using a variety of art forms. Youth explore the artistic process, their creative voice, and arts-related careers via class-based, expert instruction tailored to your schedule and students’ needs.

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  • Creative Careers Snapshot Series
    General exploration of creative careers. Space for self-awareness & self-expression through a variety of arts-based activities.
    Location: School-based (can be virtual, in person, or hybrid)
    Sessions: 5 – 6 one-hour sessions
  • Self-Expression through Photography Series
    Develop self-awareness & practice self-expression by taking & editing photographs.
    Location: School-based (can be virtual, in person, or hybrid)
    Sessions: 5 – 6 one-hour sessions
  • Self-Expression through Videography Series
    Develop self-awareness & practice self-expression by producing videos.
    Location: School-based (can be virtual, in person, or hybrid)
    Sessions: 5 – 6 one-hour sessions
  • Self-Expression through Music Production Series
    Develop self-awareness & practice self-expression by creating music
    Location: School-based (can be virtual, in person, or hybrid)
    Sessions: 5 – 6 one-hour sessions
  • Self-Expression through Doodles Series
    Develop self-awareness & practice self-expression by doodling and visual art.
    Location: School-based (can be virtual, in person, or hybrid)
    Sessions: 5 – 6 one-hour sessions

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Contact: Sarah Grime (dcyln@schooltalkdc.org)

SchoolTalk staff will comply with all D.C. government guidance and mandates on safety and COVID-19. SchoolTalk schedules class-based series on a first-come, first-served basis, contingent on availability.