It's all about
Night At The Museum, Directed by Brian Lee Hughes, Concept and Choreography by Legendary Father Jamari Balmain, Edited by Jeppe Breum Laursen
With the House of AWT, LGBTQIA+ young people of color ages 18 – 30, work side-by-side with professional artists to gain free studio art training in various urban art forms including dance, audio/video production, fashion, music production, and street art.
The House of AWT will host free family-centered art classes taught by professional artists to introduce children to different art forms.
Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, we have shifted to an Artist Development model which enables us to safely work one on one and in smaller virtual groups with artists in our community, continually supporting AWT during this time.
Vogue and Hip-Hop
Fashion and Studio
Artist - Led
Audio, Video, and Music
House of AWT Music coming soon...
Open Studio Time
Do your own thing
At-risk LGBTQIA+ young people of color who engage in creative arts programs outside of traditional institutions are often in danger of losing their artistic outlets within safe spaces. There is a scarcity and need for non-traditional arts programming amongst young artists.
Artistic REACH LA alumni, along with a new collective of artists,
led by Sean/Milan™and Carla Gordon seek
to build an art-specific community, with programming to support talented young LGBTQ artists of color and their allies, called The House of AWT (pronounced Awwwt).
Become a Member of the House of AWT
House of AWT is committed to supporting the creative people in our community through the COVID-19 pandemic by catering to the immediate and specific needs of young artists. If you are interested in working with us feel free to reach out to us using the contact sheet below, at firstname.lastname@example.org, call/text us at (323) 205-6432, or DM us on Instagram at @houseofawt.
Stay safe and creative,
The HOA Team