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an emergent strategy

Kim Jennings


In the summer of 2014, La House is initially envisioned as a space to engage young people through art, opening our first studio thanks to the support of the Lawrence Youth Team and the generosity of the owners of the building at 530 Broadway St. This is where we draft our first expressive arts curriculum for youth served by the Family Resources Center and the Arlington Community Trabajando (both organizations now defunct).

Our summer programs leads to art therapy workshops at the Guilmette middle school in the fall. Then in 2015, we’re invited to become an enrichment partner with Lawrence Public Schools.
Eventually we give up our studio at Broadway St. and find ourselves running expressive arts programming for Lawrence youth out of the trunks of our cars etc until we land at our next studio at Island St.

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