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Western Career Prep High School students have unveiled a new mural at the school. The project, done in conjunction with the Youth Arts Alliance, helped students learn basic art skills and key career readiness skills
Master's Student in Epidemiology and Public Health Action Support Team (PHAST) member Jasdeep Kler spent his summer developing a trauma-informed mindfulness curriculum in partnership with Ann Arbor youth and community partner, Youth Arts Alliance.
YAA worked on developing a large mural in the Parkridge Community Center. The mural depicts a large profile of a human head, much like the silhouette profile portraits many of us made in art class as young kids.
A sculpture representing the hopes and wishes of youths held in juvenile detention is set for unveiling at the Washtenaw County Youth Center. This summer camp was run by the Youth Arts Alliance!, a nonprofit that brings collaborative arts projects to youths in the...
By Kyle Daniel-Bey I’ve been interested in art my entire life. My love for drawing began as a child, when I took art classes in elementary school. Later, I was introduced and devoted myself to creative writing, poetry and spoken word. It wasn’t until my...
Keep an eye out for our new blog at this page, coming to you live in March 2021! Stay in the know by reading up on what we are doing in virtual arts workshops, celebrating youth's achievements and highlighting teaching artists' processes. More soon!