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‘Art That Feeds’ Youth Workshops

Art is a vehicle to engage youth in activities that affirm confidence, creativity, hope, and ambition. Not only can such programs enhance young peoples’ attitudes about themselves and their futures, but the programs also provide opportunities for youth to learn new skills and encourages them to engage in the arts. Over 200 youth have participated in our ‘Art that Feeds’ workshops.

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In August, 2013,  the Conscious Alliance team, accompanied by our friend and longtime supporter, David Hale, held a Skate and Art workshop on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota. David, while having contributed his artwork to Conscious Alliance since 2007, had never been to the Reservation and was eager[...]

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The Cancega Woksape Project is a drum workshop on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation that began in 2011. The program travels to different host schools or community centers on the Reservation and provides much needed programming for Lakota boys (hoksila) and young teen males (koshkalaka). It is focused on[...]

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In December of 2012, Conscious Alliance partnered with the Stronghold Society to host the second installment of our ‘Art That Feeds’ Youth Workshops. We brought in our friend, artist, and supporter Michael Boyer of Boyer Apparel and Screen Printing, along with artist and screen printer Nick Doyle, to take a group[...]

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In February 2011, Conscious Alliance teamed up with the Stronghold Society and their friend, longtime supporter and ‘Art That Feeds’ artist, Robert Marx.  Together, they hosted an art workshop for nine Native youth to create a large mural.  Marx lead the workshop with the underlying message of the ‘the[...]

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In November 2011, Conscious Alliance partnered with the all-vocal hip hop group Urban Method, the Colorado based nonprofit organization the Stronghold Society, and local youth to create a movement through the power of music and collaboration. Under the direction of Urban Method—who competed on NBC’s singing competition show The Sing[...]

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