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 youth with disabilities by helping them build self-awareness and self-expression skills while learning technical skills needed to pursue creative careers and transform a hobby into a hustle. Youth explore the artistic process, creative voice, and arts-related careers via class-based expert instruction tailored to your schedule and youths’ needs. Funded by the D.C. Department on Disability Services’ Rehabilitation Services Administration, SchoolTalk provides this programming at no cost to teachers and schools.

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Offerings
  • Self-Expression through Photography Series
    Youth develop self-awareness and practice self-expression through building technical skills in photography. Youth explore careers in photography and related fields.
    Location: School-based (virtual, in person, or hybrid)
    Sessions: 4 one-hour sessions
  • Self-Expression through Videography Series
    Youth develop self-awareness and practice self-expression through building technical skills in videography. Youth explore careers in videography and related fields.
    Location: School-based (virtual, in person, or hybrid)
    Sessions: 4 one-hour sessions
  • Self-Expression through Shoe Design Series
    Youth develop self-awareness and practice self-expression through building technical skills in visual art. Youth explore careers in shoe design and related fields.
    Location: School-based (virtual, in person, or hybrid)
    Sessions: 4 one-hour sessions