Youth Art Program for Girls and Gender expansive youth
This just in! News Update
Beloved Girl Project Family!!
Girl Project is turning 10 and we want to celebrate with you by making art and. moving our precious selves. We are so excited to be gathering in person this time around at the new compound space at 2800 Park Blvd, right down the way from OHigh. So come through 9-3:30 pm during OUSD spring break, April 3-7th.
Come help us create and vibe out and feel more connected and engaged.
Register Now! See you soon.
GIRL Project is turning 10 this year!! Together we will celebrate this spring with our Lemonade Crunchy Ice II session followed by a special summer Mosaic session. dNaga is capable of providing programming due to the fiscal sponsorship of Dancers’ Group and with the support of the Akonadi Foundation, California Arts Council, The Kovac Family, our Fairy Godmother, the Pazala Foundation, and individual donors. Girl Project thanks community organizations like Mandela Groceries, EastSide Arts Alliance and Lotus Bloom for their partnership as well, and for all who help us to provide loving programming, fresh healthy food, and spaces for GP to center exploration and expression for our GIRL Project youth and families.
"GIRL Project is a girl group founded by Claudine. She wanted to teach girls how to become. And they learned about Self-defense, singing and so much more. I personally went through GIRL Project as a young teen and loved it. You can really be yourself there.
You should enroll your girls there. They would really love to have a group of friends and push them to come and have fun. And they learn how to cook and others, and they perform everything they learned so family and friends can come see. I was a host for some of the performances for GIRL Project.
I wrote this article because I want people to know how fun it is to be a GIRL Project member. Everyone who is a part of GIRL Project is amazing."
– Julie Fehilly