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become a student

Discover and develop your creativity at one of the free after-school Arts programs offered by the Providence Youth Arts Collaborative. Below is a description of what each organization offers and their contact information. Send them an email, or stop by their office to learn more. 

At AS220 you can learn creative writing, dance, graphic design, job skills, music, and photography. Ages 14 to 21, with a special focus on those in the care and custody of the state.
Website: www.youth.as220.org

At Community MusicWorks you can learn a classical string instrument, learn audio and video recording skills to document and reflect on your work, and participate in projects related to social justice and community engagement.
Website: www.communitymusicworks.org

At Everett Company Stage & School you can work together with a mentor to create and perform in theatre and dance, and to produce your own videos.
Website: www.everettri.org

At The Manton Avenue Project you can work with adult artist mentors to write, create, and perform in original theatre. Kids start in third grade and continue through middle school.
Website: www.mantonavenueproject.org

At New Urban Arts you can work with a mentor to develop your creative practice in drawing, fashion, filmmaking, graphic design, painting, photography, and screen printing. Ages 14 to 18.
Website: www.newurbanarts.org

At Providence CityArts for Youth you can gain the skills you need to create, express and grow through classes in animation, comics, drawing, fashion design, ceramics, music, painting, printmaking, puppets, and dance. Ages 8 to 14.
Website: www.providencecityarts.org