The Journey is a story that presents challenging and important cultural themes to engage youth about history and its relevance today through the arts. Also, Individuals using creative art forms in therapy. The program offers cumulative experience of dance, theater, vocal music, and visual arts. Additional curriculum can be implemented to help address relevant concerns, academic criteria, gender issues, multicultural awareness, mental health, and shared history among a variety of cultures in the US. Additional activities are offered such as field trips, guest lecturers, guest artists, volunteer opportunities for parents, and community service opportunities for students.
TWW Inc.’s multi-discipline art programs are built to fit the needs of your students. With the understanding of multi-cultural and diverse community, allows us to introduce students to a variety of different cultures and their own and shared history. This program is done separately or compliments the CORE curriculum of the students. This program is also used for another purpose, a mentoring program. The Leadership Mentoring program is to teach achievement, motivation, mentoring, self-awareness and goal settings. Our mentoring program develops strong minds, bodies, spirit, teamwork, desire, dedication, discipline, respect of one-self and others. This is about making positive trails for themselves, and so others can follow their footsteps in a positive manner.
Some Students that join our program will have little or no experience in the arts at this level, so this will be their introductory course! The students we serve are diverse in their socio-economic and cultural backgrounds, and work within an inclusive classroom setting, which gives each child the ability to learn from one another and practice working together. All roads leads lead to home, and through this performance I will illuminate the common threads that bind people and cultures together.
The Journey (see in our Gallery)
As we navigate these cultural trails have a unique opportunity to chart a course “Home.” This work, through dance, theater, music, song, spoken word and powerful visuals, will give both the performer and audience a rare glimpse into the world of cultural exchange. An epiphany that will let us all know that we can all come “Home” and or create a new “Home”. A strong vibrant cultural voice that can speak volumes to this varied community and beyond about tolerance, mutual respect and collective communal creativity.