Teen Rap Crisis II Open Call 4 Youth


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Teen Rap Crisis II          

OPEN CALL 4 Youth                                                                               

St. Louis Storytelling Festival 2018

Saint Louis Story Stitchers is working collaboratively to create an approach to health issues affecting Missouri’s urban youth. Story Stitchers bring the humanities to the forefront through a unique form of “urban storytelling”.

For 15-24 year olds. Up to ten spots total.

APPLY at Stitchers Storefront Studio

616 N Skinker Blvd.

SATURDAY JANUARY 27, 2018

11:00-3:00

Teen Rap Crisis II is a humanities-based program designed to give voice to concerns and triumphs, uncover facts, and build awareness of public health issues as seen through the eyes of contemporary African American youth, ages 15-24. Activities take place both inside and out of the City of St. Louis Juvenile Detention Center, providing an opportunity for youth to explore topics related to individual lives and society at large through writing, discussion, performance and learning. The program is a part of the St. Louis Storytelling Festival.

Sponsored in part by Missouri Humanities Council, Missouri Foundation for Health, St. Louis Storytelling Festival, Kranzberg Arts Foundation, Washington University in St. Louis. In collaboration with the City of St. Louis Juvenile Detention Center and the City of St. Louis Department of Health.

Stitchers Youth Council Work for Hire Fee: A maximum $100 Youth Stipend will be awarded to Youth who successfully complete the project by check on Saturday, May 12, 2018 at the Storefront Studio.

For 15-24 year olds. Up to ten spots total.

APPLY at Stitchers Storefront Studio

616 N Skinker Blvd.

SATURDAY JANUARY 27, 2018

11:00-3:00

Under 18? Please bring a parent or guardian to sign off for you.