Arts @ Large began as, and still is, devoted to equity in education. We believe every student deserves an education that includes the arts. That is why we approach our work with children and youth through multiple channels – in school, after school, with partner organizations and at our hub, the A@L Community Center. We provide opportunities for K-12 students to work side-by-side with local artists in their schools and in after school and Saturday programs throughout the City and at our Community Center. Our Career Development program provides youth opportunities to build skills in art and design related work that prepares them for the future, and we give youth the resources to create their own exhibitions and performances.
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Ever wonder what goes into making a film? Interested 9th-12th grade students are invited to apply for a paid internship that takes them on a journey of creative exploration and professional experiences. The goal of this year’s cohort is to shoot a short film. Interns will have the option of selecting one of five tracks. Each track is paired with local industry professionals. Tracks include: Digital arts, Fashion Design, Writer’s Room, Filmmaking and Business of art. All interns will receive financial literacy and resume and networking sessions. We are accepting 5 students per track. Each intern will earn $11.65/hour. Internship Commitment: Oct 4th 2022 – April 25th 2023, every Tuesday from 4pm – 6pm and 1 Saturday per month from 10am -12pm.
Arts @ Large offers a summer camp rich with art-making and exploration of creativity, while promoting skill-building in teamwork with a focus on diversity, equity and inclusion. Our summer camp themes align with our Artist-in-Residence Cornerstone (Technology and Innovation, Eco-Literacy, Peacemaking or Civil Rights). Summer Camp is FREE for students entering 3rd – 8th grades.
Sacred Garden is a youth-focused open mic, created by and for Milwaukee’s young people. This unique format amplifies the voices of youth artists who use the Arts @ Large Gallery stage to share stories, music and more. While adults are welcome to enter the space, youth are at the center and always heard first. The creators and coordinators of Sacred Garden work to create a space where youth can be authentically themselves, and they do not condone racism, homophobia, transphobia, or any other hate speech on the stage.