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Project Create Family Art Day

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Saturday, December 10, 2016 from 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM (EST)

Project Create Family Art Day
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Registration Type Sales End Quantity
Adult 2d 7h 22m Free  
Child (under 12) 2d 7h 22m Free  
Teen (13 - 19) 2d 7h 22m Free  
Donation (optional) 2d 6h 22m Enter donation ($)

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Join Project Create every 2nd and 4th Saturday for FAMILY ART DAY!

During this all ages program, the community can create art projects and enjoy refreshments. This event is free and open to the public, spread the word!

The Project Create Studio is located at 2028 Martin Luther King Jr Ave SE 2nd Floor, SE DC 20020
(Diagonal from the Big Chair, entrance on V Street SE, second floor above Mama’s Kitchen)

For inquiries, please email programs@projectcreatedc.org or call (202) 889-0655.

December 10th

11am - 12pm
"Visual Arts" Early childhood workshop lead by Inner City Inner Child


1pm to 3pm
Arts & crafts with Karen Brown

3pm to 4pm
DC Youth Slam Team Qualifying Slam Session


Have questions about Project Create Family Art Day? Contact Project Create

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Project Create Studio
2028 Martin Luther King Junior Avenue Southeast
Diagonal from the Big Chair - Entrance on V Street SE
Washington, DC 20020

Saturday, December 10, 2016 from 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM (EST)


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Project Create

PROJECT CREATE’S MISSION
Project Create provides accessible arts education to promote positive development in children, youth and families experiencing poverty and homelessness in Washington, D.C.

Project Create’s programmatic goals are to:
Create Art, by providing professionally-led visual and performing arts instruction taught by experienced, engaged teaching artists in order to develop students’ art skills and provide tools for creative expression, and by offering our students opportunities for public exhibition and performance in order to develop confidence;

Create Opportunity, by offering after-school programming in a safe, structured environment that promotes positive youth development and learning through cultivation of skills including critical thinking and problem solving, effective communication, and leadership;

and Create Community, by connecting students to their local environment through artistic and cultural experiences in their neighborhoods, and by encouraging respectful, supportive artistic collaboration among peers and teachers in order to develop a sense of belonging, positive cultural identity, and civic engagement

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