Earn community service hours, build your resume, give your time and talents to build the nonprofit and create a stronger, healthier St. Louis!
STITCHERS STOREFRONT STUDIO
616 N Skinker in the Loop District
Young artists and business enthusiasts 16-24 years old learn as they help to build the nonprofit. Guest artists, arts workshops, hip hop, beat making, film and media studies, read aloud, resume writing, the art of business, open studio, photography, story collecting, storytelling, videography, music, games, mentors, and more!
Email Emeara Burns, firstname.lastname@example.org or call 314-899-9001 to learn more.
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16-24 YEAR OLDS
Participate in The WHY of MY City, a multi-media artistic project based on St. Louis neighborhood heroes.
If you like to write poetry, spoken word, or hip hop you have an opportunity to earn a youth stipend of up to $250.
To learn more call 314-899-9001 or email email@example.com.
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Work towards a better community while you have fun, make friends and build your resume with great extracurricular activities, expand your artistic and business skills, and have access to numerous adults for mentoring, tutoring and college and employment references.
To learn more attend a session and apply below.
Story Stitchers meet weekly at the Stitchers Storefront Studio, 616 N Skinker in the Loop District.
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The Saint Louis Story Stitchers Artists Collective are a Resident Organization at the Kranzberg Arts Foundation in Grand Center. Professional artists and Youth Council members gather during the week and most every Saturday’s at the Stitchers Storefront Studio at 616 N Skinker, just off the Delmar Loop, is for recording, editing and publishing.
Some Saturdays include community exploration. The Collective has visited arts professionals and cultural institutions such as the Contemporary Art Museum, Bruno David Gallery, the World Chess Hall of Fame, the Saint Louis Art Museum and attend performances such as A Raisin in the Sun, a fabulous performance by The Black Rep at Harris Stowe University.
Youth 16-24 years old who are interested in arts, culture and community leadership may apply to join the Youth Council. Story Stitchers is a charitable organization and it is about giving your talent and your time to build a healthier society. If this sounds like you, apply today!
Saint Louis Story Stitchers admits youth of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and other school administered programs.