Creative

Collision

While many art programs for adolescents provide great resources, they often do not appear to integrate various art forms—have all students collaborating freely— nor do they regularly bring professional artists to the students.

PROVIDING 

AN OUTLET

Students need something that approaches art with serious intent to further develop their talents, yet allows room for creativity, individual expression, and interaction with others. This online 

event provided artistic youth with an opportunity to perform, display, and observe art in a collaborative environment.  

Real-world

Expression

Collaboration

PROMO FOR FUNDING

Funding is a crucial first-step to event planning.

My event fell under the Texas State Service-Learning Program, making all donation tax deductible.

I utilized this as a way to entice people to donate.

EVENT PROMOTION

To broaden my outreach, I used a variety of platforms, primarily those I was familiar with, in the hope of recruiting more participants

EXECUTION

PROCESS

With the escalation of the COVD-19 pandemic and lockdown mandates, I re-imagined the event into an online platform that lended itself to a broader student population.

SOCIAL MEDIA CAMPAIGN

I focused primarily on Instagram because it is the most used social media platform for teens, my target audience.

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WEBSITE

The event website went form an informational tool, to the epicenter of the entire event, making clarity and engagement  key.

This event was designed to enhance adolescents’ levels of human connection, collaboration, artistic career exploration, academic success and well-being. The arts provide an outlet for therapeutic, collaborative, and expressive communication, especially during times of stress like the current pandemic.  

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