Ubuntu is a South African term that roughly translated means "A person is a person through other persons." It is a worldview of human identity and a philosophy of life that offers insight into our relationship with others, embraced interconnectedness, kindness and human dignity - and implies choices that help to increase peace. Ubuntu Arts is an initiative of Violence Transformed's partner Wheelock College and its Juvenile Justice and Youth Advocacy Program showcasing artwork from teens in and around the Boston area that relate to the spirit of Ubuntu.
Join Artistic Noise staff, board, and youth artists to celebrate the opening of Ubuntu, a group show highlighting artwork by many youth from the Boston area.
Experience the transformative power of making art yourself and get a glimpse into what happens in our programs at this hand-on workshop. You'll be lead by our youth artists and art educator Kate Jellinghaus, who taught Artistic Noise workshops for 5 years. Save the date and stay tuned for more details.
Educate Don’t Incarcerate in collaboration with the Center for Justice at Columbia University is hosting an art exhibition and panel discussion in support of Artistic Noise and the Justice in Education Initiative at Columbia University.
We're thrilled to announce a partnership with the Boston JCC Diller Teen Fellows Program. The Diller Teen Fellows are generously organizing a fundraiser for Artistic Noise. Please join us!