Arts & Social Justice Fellowship Student Showcase

Arts & Social Justice Fellowship

Class of ’24

Project Showcase   


Sat, June 22, 2024 | 1pm

General Admission

ASJF 2024 Fellows

Over 6 months, 12 high school fellows engaged in study, discussions, and creation at the intersection of arts and social change. This event will be an exciting tour of the 2024 fellows’ passion, artistry, and commitment to changing the world. You'll see striking visual art, portions of original plays and music, multi-media installations, and more. Fellows will also discuss their projects and visions for future work in artistry and activism. A reception will follow the showcase. Meet the 2024 Fellows.

Presented by Strathmore with core partner Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company, the 2024 class of the Arts & Social Justice Fellowship presents their culminating projects in a fascinating multi-disciplinary experience. Encouraging them to prioritize process over product, we've created a supportive environment for the fellows to experiment and try new things as they evolve their artistic practice. Young, professional artist mentors worked with the fellows to support their projects’ development. 

The fellowship centers youth leadership, young people’s vision of the future, and building community in the face of crisis. It was created in 2021 as part of Strathmore and Woolly’s co-presentation of Octavia E. Butler’s Parable of the Sower by Toshi Reagon and Bernice Johnson Reagon—and seeks to identify the next generation of artists whose activism reflects Butler’s dynamic lineage. Learn about past cohorts and explore their culminating projects.

This program is made possible with generous support from Dr. Deborah M. Smith and the Dr. Allen A.B. Herman Fund.


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