A high-quality multidisciplinary arts incubator designed to ensure that young BIPOC/women can explore their talents without any barriers
The Flaunt It Movement's Creative Internship Program is designed for 6 to 8 self-identifying young women artists in the exploration and early stages of their artistic careers. In the six-week paid incubator program, each intern individually and collaboratively produces a piece for Flaunt-It's annual Visual Anthology production that compiles art by BIWOC artists and organizations.
This program is for young, racialized emerging artists from primarily low-income/underserved communities. Interns will explore multidisciplinary arts, creative entrepreneurship, and professional development to find success in the arts and their passions. It prioritizes youth who have been unable to access creative opportunities due to socioeconomic barriers.