Youth Arts For Social Change Conference


Boch Center's YASCC Youth Committee invites teens of all ages to attend the second annual #LeadNotFollow Youth Arts for Social Change Conference on Saturday, November 12, 2016 at Dudley Branch of the Boston Public Library from 10 am to 4 pm. This year's theme is Power of Perspective, and will feature groups like Urbano Project, Zumix, Theatre Offensive, West End House Boys & Girls Club, and much more! The conference is FREE and OPEN to people of all ages, especially youth! Lunch is provided.

We welcome all teens, organizations, and programs that work with young people, and those who support youth, students, artists, and activists to attend! This is an opportunity for teens and organizations from the Boston and greater Boston area to learn from each other about how media and arts affect their communities and identities. The conference will spark a transformation in the way youth think about media, art, their identities, and social change.

Register in advance AND attend YASCC for a chance to win a pair of tickets to see a show (TBD) at Boch Center!

RSVPs are NOT required but encouraged. Tickets are NOT required for entry.

For any questions, comments or concerns, please contact or 617-532-1256.

The Youth Arts for Social Change Conference is sponsored in part by the Fellowes Athenaeum Fund.

About the Youth Arts for Social Change Conference
The Youth Arts for Social Change Conference (YASCC), organized by Boch Center’s YASCC Youth Committee, aims to bring Boston teens and representatives from organizations across Boston in a public discussion and workshop on how the arts can contribute to social change, as well as provide an opportunity for teens to explore creative and civic career paths.