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The Dance Exchange is hosting INSPIRE, a Youth Internship Program supported by Maryland Multi-cultural Youth Centers.  In this six-week summer intensive, participants will gain leadership skills, engage in the community and make art in the local environment.  This project is led by Wayles Haynes, the Youth Programs Coordinator and Lead Artist of the Teen Exchange at the Dance Exchange. I am a supporting artist offering workshops in art making, community engagement, video and photography

 

Photos is this gallery are from day one workshop in developing art making and designing activities for community engagement. Facilitation and photos by Alexis.


Inspire is a young adult internship program involving individual mentoring of participants as they develop skills in community engagement, project management, communications and movement based art-making.  This multi-layered project results in various outcomes from personal achievement to facilitating public discourse and art-making around shared spaces and ideas.  Participants will learn about the many facets of the Dance Exchange from artistry to administration and develop their own practice in how to engage a community around concept-based making. This will come in three main conduits; personal art-making, mentor observed group work and community engagement. ~

Wayles Haynes, Lead Artist and Adjunct Artist with the Dance Exchange

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Please follow this link to find the recent video documentation to a light / shadow workshop facilitated this month with Teen Exchange.

As well as this link to the Teen Exchange Tumblr and here for more information about this youth-lead modern dance group.

 

 

 

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Finished Art work by Teen Exchange participant.

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In the month of December I installed a show of MACA art at Dance Exchange. John Borstel, the Humanities Director, invited us to share the work of our group to highlight the MACA/LLDE partnership and celebrate/show what we make. I coordinated collecting, transporting, and installment of my classmates work as part of their open house on December 13th, 7:00-9:00.
Dance Exchange Extravaganza  a link to see the AmeriCorps plug and art!

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