Call to Artists - Art Exchange Program
Call to Artists!
Million Little (ML) is thrilled to invite you to apply for this year’s (2021-2022) Million Little Art Exchange Program. The ML Art Exchange Program allows you to exchange creativity with our students, young artists, and writers by creating collaborative artwork that highlights the potential of our brilliant young minds and provides them with the chance to showcase their unique voice.
As an artist in our program, you have the opportunity to inspire our youth by taking their creative expressions and reimagining their work through your own artistic lense. We are looking for both well-seasoned and emerging artists from all disciplines: photographers, writers, filmmakers, painters, musicians, cartoonists, dancers, rappers, all are welcome!
We are so excited to announce that the art created through this program will be part of our Million Little Ways to Connect Exhibit, traveling throughout LA and Santa Clarita.
If you are interested in applying please send a short bio and a few samples of your work to email@example.com (Submissions are accepted on a Rolling-Basis).
To see collaborative art exchange between our youth and community artists in this program visit our website: https://www.millionlittle.com/ news/million-littles-art- exchange-program
Mission: Million Little is a nonprofit organization that supports the healing process of at-risk youth through the power of creativity. Please visit our website to learn more about what we do: www.MillionLittle.com
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About MILLION LITTLE
25050 Avenue Kearny #105, Valencia, CA 91355, US
Million Little is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that empowers and supports the healing process of children and their families who have experienced trauma through the power of creativity. Incarcerated teens, foster youth, those in poverty and those suffering from violence/adversity are all part of the population that Million Little serves.
Million Little delivers therapeutic arts programming, youth resources, educational workshops and trainings as a means to support the healthy social and emotional development and healing process of at-risk children and families in Los Angeles County and beyond.