Join the Creative Activism Project !
A workshop giving students a voice.
The Czech Center Museum is in the process of further developing our Creative Activism Project. This program will accompany an exhibit regarding the lives of children in Czechoslovakia during World War II. It will allow students to not only learn about the experiences of young people in the Terezin Concentration Camp but also provide them creative tools with which they can express themselves.
As part of their visit, the students will create art inspired by that of the children in the Terezin Camp. In addition to learning about the experiences of those who suffered under fascism in World War II, we hope our participants will learn healthy ways to articulate themselves in times of distress. Students will be encouraged to express themselves about subjects in which they feel strongly. They will have the opportunity to convey their feelings through any number of mediums from prose and poetry to drawing and other artistic methods. These works will be collected and exhibited in our museum at the end of the year of 2020.
WHAT IS THE CREATIVE ACTIVISM PROJECT ABOUT ?
For more information and to register, contact: Sandra Samolik,
firstname.lastname@example.org / 713-528-2060