Arts and Social Justice Fellowship Student Showcase at Woolly Mammoth
This summer, 10 high school students from around the region culminated their six-month Arts and Social Justice Fellowship with a showcase of their individual projects. A packed audience of peers, mentor artists, family, and community members gathered at Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company to engage with powerful visual and performance pieces exploring topics such as gender pay inequity, Black polo players’ relationships with their horses, climate grief in teens, school shootings, and racial disparities in maternal health. These remarkable students were part of the second cohort of the fellowship, which launched in 2022 as a collaborative partnership program between Strathmore and Woolly Mammoth.
This program is made possible with generous support from Dr. Deborah Smith and the Dr. Allen A.B. Herman Fund.