VOX ATL reporter Emma MacDonald attends immigration-themed art show and was lucky enough for many of the teens and professional artists present to be able to share their personal stories with her.
When VOX ATL visited the GCAPP Empowerment Summit, here’s what teens had to say regarding identity.
My art is not in a specific style of abstract or realism, I have no set style or medium because through my art I like to express a feeling, and all feelings look different when they are depicted on canvas, paper, or wood.
VOX ATL visited with a group of young people working International Rescue Committee this summer. In the time we spent together, three IRC participants wrote and shared about their experiences in America.
The A.M.F.M. festival, celebrated the diverse art, stories, and individuals that exist in the Southwest Altanta community of young, emerging creatives.
The Atlanta Brave New Voices team is here and ready for this year’s competition. Here’s what you need to know about this amazing group of five teens and what they plan to bring to the international slam poetry competition.
VOX ATL visited YouthSpark to ask the girls about crisis and what it meant to them and at the end of our session, a few of them wanted to share their thoughts and experiences on paper through writing and art.
We have all heard of foster care. However, little about the thousands of children and their experiences are ever brought to the public’s attention.
If you could write a letter to your past self, perhaps as a forewarning of relationships to come, what would you say?
With the parent-teen relationship, there should be privacy when it comes to their bedroom, journals, bathrooms and things of that nature — unless parents believe they have plans to harm themselves or other people.