Fall session open house on October 6th from 4-6 PM! Come through and get a taste of what’s in store when we return on October 11th! AS220 Youth is located on the 2nd floor of 115 Empire Street in downtown Providence.
WATCH THE ZODIAC BALL ON YOUTUBE! AS220 Youth pays homage to Ballroom culture and Afrofuturism. Two competing houses composed of AS220 Youth Apprentices go head-to-head among some sickening entertainment: See these fierce kweens snatch their trophies in categories like Face, Vogue Performance, and Body Confidence. Prepare yourself for the catwalks, runways, original fashion, music, battles, and categories! “Which…
January 2022 – The Youth Studio is closed due to the current rise in COVID cases. We will be working virtually with our Apprentices and TAs , but we will not be accepting new members until we are back in-person and COVID numbers have gone down. Thank you for understanding
Fall Showcase is postponed due to COVID-19 cases. If you have questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org Closed for the holidays: 12/17/21 – 1/5/22 Open House: 1/6/22 Classes begin: 1/10/22
Come have pizza and see the performances/gallery!! next Thursday 12/13 at the Main Stage.
We’re already nostalgic about the Futureworlds visual album premiere last month! The videos from the visual album drop on November 5th. In the meantime, enjoy these photos of the live event. All photos by James Lastowski.
Nowell hosted their first family night of the school year. Ronnie Strew led the group in painting a fall sunset scene. Site Manager Meesh was happy with the turnout and shared these photos of fun filled evening with classmates and family.
We’re thrilled to announce the premiere of Futureworlds visual album: Amerikkka Better Have My Money! Young people have worked for over a year, through a whole pandemic to bring you a stunning, immersive art experience. Read on for details. Taking place in a 22nd-century history class, “Amerikkka Better Have My Money: The Visual Album” sheds…
Being back in person, it’s been exciting to bring guest artists and educators to the Main Stage to share their stories and lessons with the youth. Here are a few of our summer guests: