Housed inside the Homewood-Brushton YMCA, The Lighthouse Project is a safe, exciting place for young people to explore their interests in music, videography, dance, visual art and fashion. In each of our media arts programs, experienced teaching artists inspire and empower students to find their voice, and build transferable technical skills that position them for success after high school.
The Audio Arts & Visual Arts Clubs meet every Monday, Wednesday and Friday throughout the school year. These clubs serve as creative havens where teens can learn, collaborate, and hone their artistic talents. Club participants learn how to use industry standard equipment and software and work together to create music, videos and artwork to present and perform around their community. Teaching artists introduce project ideas and make space for youth who want to work on projects of their own design. Enrollment remains open throughout the year. Consistent attendance is encouraged but not required.
The Audio Arts Club includes the following activities:
Rap & Poetry
The Visual Arts Club includes the following activities:
Comics & Anime
Drawing & Painting
Each program includes:
Courses offer in-depth skill building and expert instruction in a specific artform or discipline. Courses are typically 10-weeks long and take place on Tuesdays and Thursdays after school. Each year we offer a variety of courses in subjects such as Deejaying, Beatmaking, Youtubing and Photoshop. Courses require registration, consistent attendance, and have specific start and end dates. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn about upcoming courses.