Super Sweet Friday Mornings

Since 2007, Spy Hop has been partnering with the Salt Lake Division Of Youth Services for a special Friday morning multimedia workshop that lasts the whole school year! Each time students from the DYS Boys and Girls Group Home enter Spy Hop they have two hours to create a short film based on a social skills issue, a life lesson,…

The Emanuel Project is back in Utah!

  The Emanuel Project positively impacts at-risk youth nationwide by providing creative learning materials for the classroom and art therapy, support and supervisory staff in the proper use of the materials, displaying inspirational art in central locations and offering motivational and incentive programs. This vision is accomplished with the help of institutions, community and university…

2016 YICArts Drawing Contest

Abe Kimball is choosing the winner for the 2016 YICArts Drawing Contest. The entries come from Blue Hills, Compass, Journey, Pine Creek, Pleasant Creek, and Young Women’s Empowerment. Winner will be announced at the end of the month.

Graphic Novels Making An Impact On JJS Teens

  Graphic novels are not just fun to read, they encourage literacy, conversations on tough topics, and creativity. Salt Lake County Library Services (www.slcolibrary.org) and the Utah State Department of Education (USOE) have realized the success of using graphic novels and comics with youth in detention in Salt Lake County. The library had been implementing…