Please contact the Imagine Bus Project
Nina Grove & Kenneth Johnson
Archana Myer and Arjun Agarwal
Sherman Family Foundation Philanthropic Fund
Diane B. Wilsey
The Imagine Bus Project invites you to
BREAK WALLS OPEN DOORS
April 27, 6pm I The Battery, San Francisco
We invite you to BREAK WALLS OPEN DOORS and help us launch our new pilot re-entry program ARTS ON THE OUTS!
ART ON THE OUTS offers the opportunity for change-ready youth to receive continued arts education, life-skill building with a case manager and arts employment upon release from juvenile detention centers. Additionally, a dedicated teaching artist will support our youth in producing meaningful artwork focused on messages of empowerment and hope. This commissioned art will be exhibited publicly to inspire the broader community to think and act positively, thus causing a ripple effect throughout the community.
Thank you to the Battery, who has made ARTS ON THE OUTS possible through the extreme generosity of their 2016 Battery Powered award.
As a small but mighty organization, 30% of our annual budget comes from our fundraising events, and we cannot do what we do without your support. Join our list of change-makers and help us
BREAK WALLS OPEN DOORS today!
Mecca Billings Nelson
The Imagine Bus Project educates, engages, and inspires incarcerated youth, and youth impacted by the juvenile justice system. We enable self-expression and self-sufficiency so that young people can successfully re-enter their communities and find a path to a fulfilling future.
The Imagine Bus Project delivers cross-cultural learning experiences that focus on relationship building and art as tools for problem solving. We focus on exposing youth to creative opportunities and artists with the belief that art has the power to save lives and put adjudicated youth on a path towards a future in which they are healthy and empowered to lead creative and productive lives.