Our art-infused workshops and trainings have reached over 2,850 participants. We use performance and activities to engage audiences in discussion and action-oriented learning! Learn more about our workshop offerings below.
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Boundaries in the Workplace
An invitation for team/staff members to explore their boundaries and needs in the workplace.
Don't Appropriate, Appreciate!
This highly interactive presentation entitled, Don't Appropriate, Appreciate!, discusses cultural appropriation at multiple levels.
Healing Through Art (Intro)
An introduction to brief activities demonstrating ways that creativity can help a person “check-in” with themselves and process what they may be feeling and/or reconnect themselves with the world around them.
It's Already In You
Participants will learn that many of the skills that are encouraged in higher institutions have already been instilled in them throughout their life journeys and the ways they have navigated different experiences.
Performance in Teaching
Participants will learn different ways that “performance” can be applied to the classroom, experience the phenomenon of “performing” with their own voices and bodies, and learn which styles capitalize on their own individual strengths.
Professional Ties to Personal Wellness
Participants will learn the connection between professional success and personal health, and how this reality is achieved through sharing one’s personal story with trusted individuals, to alleviate the struggle of suffering in silence.
Telling Our Stories
Participants will learn the importance of creating their own narratives in order to expand their artistry and opportunities for artistry now and in the future.
The Black Student Advocacy Project (Intro)
The Black Student Advocacy Project (The BSAP) is a theatrical presentation using theatre to tackle anti-Black racism in high school and college settings.
The Power of Storytelling
The Power of Storytelling in Building Relationships with Clients will use creative exercises, partner activities and writing prompts to guide participants through discussion around two core elements in building relationships with clients: listening (LARA) and sharing (storytelling).