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2014 Summer Studio: Paid Internships in the Arts For Students

Are you a high school student or do you know one who is interested in being involved with New Urban Arts this summer? New Urban Arts is accepting applications for 36 paid summer apprenticeships in the arts. Youth receive $400 stipends for their participation or a college scholarship. Lunch, snacks and Riptiks are provided to students at no cost! For students who can’t participate in one of the paid apprenticeship programs, we also have an open studio program. Applications are due Tuesday, June 10, so download one now!

For a complete overview of the summer programs, check out our 2014 Summer Program Menu. Here are brief descriptions of our programs:

1:00-5:00pm; Monday-Thursday, July 7-August 8
Work with artist mentors Aneudy Alba and Cara Adams to create new work around this summer’s theme: “In-Between.”

1:00-5:00pm; Monday-Friday, July 7-August 8
Work with artist mentors Mai Nguyen and Paul Tran to explore inequities around language, privilege, and power.

10:00-3:00pm;Monday-Thursday, July 7-August 8
Make your mark on Providence! Design and paint a large-scale public mural for the  community with artist-mentors Chris Hampson and Kedrin Frias.

Time TBD Monday-Friday, July 28-August 8
The Corrugated Community is a popup collaborative public art project that will bring cardboard construction, fort building, flag festoonery, and public performances to parks in neighborhoods in Providence. Work with Artist Mentoring Fellow, Eli Nixon.

5:00-7:00pm; Monday-Thursday, July 7-August 8
Drop by the studio anytime to invent creative projects that only hot summer days can inspire.