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ART 180 gives young people in challenging circumstances the chance to express themselves through art, and to share their stories with others.
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ART 180 May 15
When you get buckets of beautiful natural light shining on your work, you take advantage of it ✨💁🏿‍♀️ Our young artists creating their own self-portrait masterpieces in their Atlas teen program today 💛
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ART 180 May 10
has a lot to be proud of this spring: they won their NCAA title & even better they just gained a new Wahoo, ART 180 teen leader Sabiya Davis! 💛 Give it up to Sabiya for being a straight A student & for wanting to major in architectural landscaping & global sustainability🤯
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ART 180 May 7
The feeling when you get to see the smiles on their faces when they paint their first mural 😍 Stay tuned next week to see their finished creation that brightens the hallways of their school✨
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ART 180 May 3
Tonight!! May 3, 6-9 p.m. ✨In a society that constantly puts pressure on youth to present a polished, branded version of thmslvs through social media, our teens have created art brings to life a more thoughtful & complex meaning to the modern self-portrait🧡
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ART 180 May 1
This week, our teens took a pause from their Fashion from the Ground Up program for a sound concert and guided led by professional yogi Baldeep Pooni, who learned the art of by traveling to India and learning the ancient practice firsthand ✨🧘🏿‍♀️
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ART 180 Apr 26
Please consider making a donation to this important film is trying to get made that highlights what alternatives to can look like and the importance of amplifying and hearing our youths' voices🙌🏾💙
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BlackLiq Apr 25
Teaching at Franklin Military Academy with changed my life. This was such an incredible group of young people. We even ended up in print on the front page of the ! Check the article via this link —>
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NextUp RVA Apr 23
students LOVE exploring their creativity in this wonderful program provides at ! Today they are creating ceramic spoons. Each week students try new projects, including painting, drawing, sculpting & writing poetry.
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LMR Apr 23
. is joined onstage by local activists & Marc Cheatham to share how and Advocates for Richmond Youth are enacting change for young people here in
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Matthew Stanley Apr 17
When Student Gov’t Association presidents told their top three wishes, the no. 1 ask was that we don’t discount their intelligence and that we give them the resources, engaged teachers, and safe school facilities to allow them to succeed
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ART 180 Apr 17
This week, our young people at visited Fire Station #8 in Fulton Hill to interview Captain Chuvalo Christian and his colleagues, to ask them what a day in the life of an RVA fire fighter is like for their WRIR youth podcast 💛
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VCUarts Apr 11
is proud to present a show of this semester's Future Studio artists on April 19 from 6–8pm at . Future Studio is a free 10-week studio program for Richmond high school students, offered by VCUarts Sculpture and .
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ART 180 Apr 10
✨"Don't be a bully", "love yourself"... These are a few encouraging words young people at John Marshall High School want their classmates to know💜 The first stages of their in the halls of their school is underway! 🎨
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ART 180 Apr 4
"My work is a view from the window in my art class. I was taking in how great it was to have a window in my class. I really wanted people to see the world the way that I saw it." -RaJahne Harris, 17 💛🧡
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ART 180 Mar 29
As part of her Leadership Class, middle schooler Greta Shope decided to raise donations to help support our youth programs. In only a few weeks she raised over $700 and $1,400 in art supplies for our young people from , , & ! We see you, Greta!!💜
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Art for Justice Fund Mar 25
Not only is Marlene Paul the amazing leader of , she is one of the 2018 People of the Year!
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ART 180 Mar 26
April 1st marks the start of ✨ To celebrate, we're hosting an Open Mic Night! for teens in the community✨ This is a fun, FREE event open to all -- one where anybody may feel comfortable expressing themselves 💚 Open to all talents🤸🏾‍♀️ 114 W Marshall St 📍
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ART 180 Mar 23
Thank you for taking the time to speak with our teens yesterday, seeing their exhibition, taking in the importance of their , and hearing their perspectives ✨ 📷s by MoPic's Photography
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ART 180 Mar 21
This week, our Teen Leadership Council banded together to help one of our young people Natalia Mangaroo, 18, with her high school senior project. The 12th grader from used the artistic experiences she gained from to give a fresh coat of paint 💛💚
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