We provide visibility and community for youth through queer arts programming in schools and other youth education venues.
sQool uses the arts to increase visibility and foster dialogue on LGBTQA+ topics in schools, community centers, and other public venues throughout the region. sQool includes:
In-class residencies connecting Dreams of Hope teaching artists with classroom teachers to augment curriculum with arts practice anddialogue on LGBTQA+ themes in a manner that is aligned with common core standards.
Out-of-class residencies, delivered in partnership with GSAs and other allies, which engage students in art creation and conversation on LGBTQA+ topics.
One-time arts workshops.
Professional development trainings for adults who work with young people.
Drop-by art creation activities at festivals and other events.
If you are interested in working with us, we would be excited to create a program that is tailored to your needs. Let us know how we can work together!
You can reach our Educational Program Director Bekezela Mguni using the contact form.