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Craftsman or Craftswoman...a person who practices or is highly skilled in a craft;   ARTISAN

    Scholarships
"TOOLS OF THE TRADE"
One of the most pressing needs in lower income communities is the understanding of educational barriers and nontraditional career tracks. 
 
In today's climate, funding for scholarships to pursue those careers are not always readily accessible. Scholarships allow deserving students to attain their educational goals, meet their professional objectives and succeed to their fullest ability. In addition, scholarships enable practicing professionals to take advantage of opportunities for continuing professional development. The Whitlow Foundation believe that if you own your tools you will be empowered to fulfill your journey in the arts.

IMPACT

Through our annual fundraising platform

                                  $14,000  

 

will help 14 youth pursue their passion for the arts. With our "Tools of the Trade" Scholarship 

12K

Will help populations of undeserved and marginalized communities combat domestic abuse and family trauma. We take our annual creative arts and culinary arts (food access and education) workshops to them called 

ARTSCAPE DC

79%

The NCES found students’ lack of access to arts education significantly contributed to their underwhelming scores. Students who took art classes or music lessons inside and/or outside of school, visited museums, or attended theater performances generally scored better on the test.

Youth who lack healthy cooking knowledge may rely on packaged foods or prepared foods containing questionable nutrition value.

87%

The NCES found students’ lack of access to arts education significantly contributed to their underwhelming scores. Students who took art classes or music lessons inside and/or outside of school, visited museums, or attended theater performances generally scored better on the test.

100%

Social Media Highlights 

January 14, 2017

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Wednesdays at Guy Mason Rec

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Join our Culinary and Hospitality workshop by ArtscapeDC. Free and open to the public in partnership with @dcdpr. Project "Food As Art" explores culinary arts and where food comes.
#foodasart #artscapedc #dpr #culinary #cookingclass #free #local

This is so nice I'll collaborate with The Director here to maybe get field trips there

crissy.lynn.56

January 14, 2017

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 “Islamicca”, a series of standalone segments 

@thewhitlowfoundation
Join Nabeeh Bilal for the premiere of an animated spoken word event around the topic of faith and identity at America's Islamic Heritage museum. #foodasart

 My goal is to highlight other people’s truth through media and experiences to create a space for expression, reflection, and understanding. - Nabi 🙏🏿 🎶 by @chaosinthecbd_

Creative Junk Food

January 14, 2017

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Big Chair Discussions @ CBC

@thewhitlowfoundation
Join Us to at the Congressional Black Caucus Conference for Big Chair Discussions! Join the conversation, connect and experience live activations. Check out the full schedule today through Saturday on out website. Link in bio☝️
#realrelevantrightnow #goanacostia #cbc2019 #cbcfalc19

I really appreciate for seeing my value and worth! Life changing experience ❤️💪🏾

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