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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KaBOOM!!! If you are a motivated youth artist with a knack for storytelling, this is the writing camp for you! | July 19–22, 2021, Online
Celebrate the flora and fauna just outside your door! Join us this summer for a youth camp that allows our surroundings to motivate our writing. | June 28–July 2, 2021, Online
Returning In-Person When It's Safe
Drum Power is a drum and dance experience for young people where they can development new skills and explore African cultural traditions.
Performing Ourselves is a dance outreach project based in Madison that empowers youth and develops leaders through dance.
The FauHaus project brings together diverse UW–Madison students and court-involved Dane County teens.
Whoopensocker engages children with professional teaching artists to share the joy of creative writing, expression, and performance.
We’re taking 2021 off, but you can sign up for updates to be the first to hear when we return!
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.