For the month of October, join us and local seamstress, Gayle Dudley, to make your own Halloween costume. A selection of fabric and accessories will be available. Feel free to bring your own supplies if you have something special in mind. All Routt County residents ages 11-13 years old are welcome to register for this program for free for Boys & Girls Club members.
October Wednesdays at 4pm - 5:30pm at the Mary Brown Teen Center.
Join us for a 6 week art program focusing on both drawing and glass art. Participants will create a piece of glass that represents your unique individuality to remind you of your strengths and resiliency. Project will be led by Missy Borden and Jennifer Baker. All Routt County residents ages 14-18 are welcome to register for this program for free throughout the year.
Limited to 10 spaces. Held on Tuesday evenings.
Express yourself through the written word and get your work published on the You Out Loud Blog. Participants will receive a monthly topic in which to express themselves. They submit their take on the topic and receive personalized feedback and support on their writing. Topics include but are not limited to creative writing, poetry, social justice, the environment, LGBTQIA, response to current events, and what it's like to be a teen in today's world. Selected writers will be published each month on the You Out Loud blog and on our social media outlets. All Routt County residents ages 14-18 are welcome to register for this program for free throughout the year.
Think smashed pottery and stories of your family heritage. Find confidence to trust yourself and uncover common traits you didn’t know you had with others, through the team at Piknik Theater. Be part of creating a mosaic which celebrates our community and will be showcased throughout the summer in downtown Steamboat. More details to come.
Go big or go home is the message for this larger than life creative opportunity. Work with celebrated artists Gregory Block and Brian Bonebrake to build a giant art show that showcases the teenage mind. We’ll be throwing paint around the fields of Routt County and shedding our troubles in flames with a final bonfire event. More details to come.
What if young people really could have their say and be heard on issues that matter? You can!
Take part in a film-making project with professional producer, Kelly Anzalone, along with child and family therapist, Tina Harlow. This video project will be a window into how the world might look if youth had more input into bigger issues. Local teens can make an impact as a local extension of the World Hope Project. The film will be presented to the community upon completion.
Make your own Podcast! Participants will explore the world of mixed media to create an audio exhibit to be shared on digital platforms and at the Tread of Pioneers Museum. What does it look like to grow up in Routt County? What is it like to be a teenager right now? Together we’ll create storyboards through journaling and interviewing a range of great people in our community. Using professional recording gear, we’ll tell our story and give others a chance to hear what it’s really like to be a Routt County teen by publishing a podcast. More details to come...
Time to think outside the box and unearth the many things that celebrate your individuality. Stretch your abstract mind and let your imagination run riot in a small setting. Why an octopus? Why not!
Who? any high school student in Routt County. Up to eight participants, first come basis.
Commitment? Eight weeks, no cost.
When? >>>>>>THIS PROGRAM IS FULL<<<<<<<
Be part of a small group using an octopus as a metaphor for creativity, we will make individual pieces of art alongside a group sculpture to be showcased in a visual art show in March. Your art will be shown with artwork from the artists with You Out Loud. Based on the Netflix movie, My Octopus Teacher, we will explore what can make us happy, feel safe and accepted in our community.
Sidewalk Snow Sculpture Entry in February with the Winter Carnival.
To mark the end of ski season, the group will be part of creating an on-snow octopus at Howelsen Hill, to showcase all the youth support groups in Routt County. Be part of the big message that ‘you are not alone.’
Have you ever wished you could make your own clothing, but don’t know how? Are you tired of the wastage we see in our world? Join us for months of creativity to repurpose clothing and fabric donated by Deja Vu to make your own fashion line. Artist Brie Kole will guide the group through the steps of building a clothing collection which will be showcased in a fashion show and exhibit in the fall. We will meet weekly at the Boys and Girls Club Attic on Seventh Street in Steamboat Springs, on Thursday nights 6.30-8.30 p.m., with flexibility during the summer. No experience necessary. Ages 14-18. Free to participate.
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