The RC CTC’s mission is to “crack open” the worlds of art and education through teaching and practice so that all people will have access to a creative education—this we believe is fundamental to healthy human development.
Telling It! partners students with special needs youth from S.O.S. Community Services, COPE Alternative School and Ozone House to promote literacy as UM students and youth co-create works in the visual, literary, and performing arts.
The Heidelberg Project is a Detroit-based community organization designed to improve lives and neighborhoods through art.
It envisions neighborhood residents using art to come together to rebuild the structure and fabric of under-resourced communities and to create a way of living that is economically viable, enriches lives, and welcomes all people.
We work to ensure students continue to receive art as a key component in their educational experience by conducting various art education programs at schools throughout Michigan.
Founded in 1987, The AIDS Memorial Quilt is a poignant memorial, a powerful tool for use in preventing new HIV infections, and the largest ongoing community arts project in the world.
As the epidemic continues claiming lives around the world and here in the United States, the Quilt continues to grow and to reach more communities with its messages of remembrance, awareness and hope.