We work with aspiring writers, actors, dancers, and musicians of all ages in supportive and creative environments. Led by professionals in the arts and education, our programs provide youth with the opportunity to use their creativity as a way to raise awareness, create change, and celebrate their work!
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ONLINE YOUTH CAMPS FOR SUMMER 2020
ONLINE—SUMMER 2020! If you love graphic novels and are a motivated artist in grades five through eight who wants to draw all week, this is the writing camp for you!
ONLINE—SUMMER 2020! SPECIAL EDITION: Let’s Talk About Election 2020. A youth advocacy writing summer camp for middle and high school students.
ONLINE—SUMMER 2020! A five-day camp for high school writers that supports a creative and engaging writing experience.
IN-PERSON YOUTH CAMPS
Drum Power is a drum and dance experience for young people where they can development new skills and explore African cultural traditions.
Whoopensocker engages children with professional teaching artists to share the joy of creative writing, expression, and performance.
The FauHaus project brings together diverse UW–Madison students and court-involved Dane County teens.
A creative, inspiring, and supportive summer camp for young writers entering grades three through eight. Participants write daily led by Greater Madison Writing Project Fellows and experienced teachers of writing.
All of our virtual programs will be running as planned. We are following UW–Madison campus policy regarding in-person program cancellations. Please check the UW-Madison COVID-19 website for updates.
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Join us to raise our voices about the important issues at play in the 2020 election. This session will support writers and activists in middle and high school in creating multimedia commentaries for the KQED…Find out more »