Thursday August 6th –
Various Spots throughout the City *RSVP FOR LOCATION 303.446.8800
REGISTRATION 8:30 am
9:00 – 10:00 – Yoga
10:00-10:30am Welcoming & Overview of weekend.
With inter-generational support and skills shares, participants will build multi-media projects about urban survival issues while highlighting community strengths through art and social justice.
10:30-11:30- Youth Led Health Presentations
The topics will include discussion and creation of the physical, mental, spiritual, and emotional issues which effect the survival of our communities;
- culture & urban sustainability – mural – Jolt
- sexuality & violence – dance – Southhall
- tobacco & drugs – psa – 2kool
- hiv & teen pregnancy – mixtape – Featuring Stic Man from Dead Prez
- prison industrial complex – mc/poetry – Apostle
- Food as medicine – Afya
The group will create “where in the fog are you” multi-media projects which are tools to educate our communities and ourselves.
Participants will cross train for two hours, then they will responsible for creating an art and social justice multi media project.
* MUST PRE -REGISTER 303.446.8800 TO GET LOCATIONS
The groups will be:
The final product will be a mural highlighting culture and urban sustainability which will be printed as postcards and posters.
Mixtape - Sex in the Concrete Jungle - Teen Pregnancy and HIV
Final product will be a mixtape hosted by Stic Man from Dead Prez with an educational insert that talks about Pregnancy, HIV and healthy sexuality.
Video- Making a PSA "Where in the FOG are you?" (public service announcement) - 2Kool Productions in conjunction with www.storycenter.org - anti-Tobacco industry
Final product will be a video public service announcement highlighting human rights and anti-tobacco industry which will be distributed throughout Youtube through our local and national collaborators.
Dancing through life - Sexuality & Violence
Final Product will be a spoken word CD that will be put to independent musicians musical melodies and distributed through our national collaborators