HeadstART is a free six-week virtual arts program for TCHC youth ages 13 to 18. Hosted in partnership with Hart House.
About the program
Head-stART fosters an appreciation for all forms of art, including photography, painting, music, dance, written/spoken word. Participants are encouraged to express themselves through art- based activities, games and challenges led by trained staff from TCHC or facilitators from Hart House at the University of Toronto (U of T).
Participants have the opportunity to make new friends, practice their networking and communication skills, and learn about different job sectors and careers they might want to pursue. Those who complete the program will receive perks from Hart House, such as mentorship opportunities and access to exclusive workshops and events at U of T. No previous experience with art is necessary. All skill levels are welcome and encouraged!
Head-stART is coming back during the Winter/Spring of 2023. Participants will attend virtual sessions once per week on Thursdays from 5 to 7 p.m. Sessions will be hosted online using the Webex video-conferencing platform, which is free to download. Toronto Community Housing staff will email out the links to the workshop sessions in advance.
How to register
Registration is currently CLOSED.
Spots are limited and will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis. Participants must have access to:
- a computer, tablet or smartphone
- a working internet connection
- an email address
Willians HerradaProgram Supervisor
Contact for more information.