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Participating in the activities will help build community among residents and provide a safe space for them to explore their feelings, address and reframe traumatic experiences, nurture their self-expression, and discern future directions.The Girl Project (Lexington): ,500.00 to support a program focused on challenging unrealistic media images of women and girls through dance, spoken word, movement, vocal music, and visual art workshops that culminate in the creation of a collective theatrical performance.Participants will gain the confidence they need to set long-term goals, develop positive relationships, and advocate for social change.Girls Rock Louisville (Louisville): ,500.00 to support a week-long music education program for girls and gender nonconforming youth that will include instrument technique, songwriting, professional recording, and a live performance opportunity.The activities will provide a creative outlet for participants while giving them tools to overcome adversity and achieve their goals.
Clear Creek Creative (Big Hill): 00.00 to support the Clear Creek Festival, a community event in rural Rockcastle county incorporating performances from multiple performing genres, sustainability demonstrations, visual installations, healing opportunities, and art activities.
Participants will develop musicianship and leadership skills while participating in workshops focused on self-empowerment, social justice, community engagement, and creative and unrestricted self-expression.
Grayson Gallery and Art Center (Grayson): ,452.00 for Mari Mujica to lead two wellness workshops through which women with little access to arts programming can explore their creative voice in a nurturing and supportive environment.
The workshops will encourage women in recovery to explore and build their artistic capabilities and create original artwork, and the collective mural will provide a visual representation of positive community and personal change.
Art Thrust (Louisville): ,250.00 to develop a program that engages LGBTQIA youth in papermaking/ book arts and sculpture forms as a means of healing and creative expression.