Sepia Works works in partnership with the Canady Foundation for the Arts to provide arts and media programming for youth of color nationally.
Miss Media Program
Miss Media is a media literacy workshop that educates, empowers and supports young women (7th-8th grade, high school and college women) to develop creative and critical skills in the media arts. Led by Marjuan Canady, young women will increase their awareness of the power of the media and the effects of media messages on girls by critically examining the media that surrounds them. Through this awareness, young women will become change agents in their own community by creating their own media that reflects their lives. Miss Media encourages young women to become content creators through creative activism, mentorship, entrepreneurship, community engagement and media analysis.
Callaloo in the Classroom
Callaloo in the Classroom is a unique arts and culture educational experience for children from pre-school to 8th grade. Classes range from visual arts, to dance, to music, and yoga and wellness. Our classes ignite children’s imaginations and their understanding of the diverse world around them. Led by professional artists and educators, we provide an opportunity for all children to engage and explore in cultural creativity and collaborative learning while increasing their cultural literacy skills.