Everyone has a story to tell.

The Storytelling Residency focuses on personal narratives that celebrates the diversity of Los Angeles. Students will explore various forms of storytelling and dramatic text by local BIPOC and LGBTQIA-identified artists and grow in their confidence as writers and editors. The goal is for students to learn to tell a story that matters to them using their unique and powerful voice. 

Applications for the 2022/23 Storytelling Residency will be available in the fall of 2022. Subscribe to our Education & Community Partnerships mailing list to receive news and updates.

2021/22 Partners

Perry Shields at Oscar De La Hoya Ánimo Charter High School (Green Dot Public Schools)

Jenoyne Adams Horton at Susan Miller Dorsey High School (Los Angeles Unified)

Program support generously provided by the Find Your Light Foundation