Brandon House's performing arts and cultural activities have an intentional focus on using the power of the arts to: 1) promote neighborhood-based creative economy; 2) spur economic development and growth of the community; 3) contribute to arts-based community revitalization; 4) support positive youth development; and 5) build cultural equity in urban communities.
Annual Rock the Block: Back-to-School Bash
Traditionally, the Annual City Wide Re-Up event targets LRSD students who will benefit from restocking school supplies, clothes, academic resources, and community connections and help to provide insight about the challenges of maintaining safe neighborhoods in the Little Rock community. As a result of COVID-19, the City-Wide ReUp will meet the needs of Little Rock residents who may need food, clothing, rent and utility assistance.
City Wide ReUp: Mid-Year School Supplies Giveaway
The Annual City Wide Re-Up event targets LRSD students who will benefit from restocking school supplies, clothes, academic resources, and community connections and help to provide insight about the challenges of maintaining safe neighborhoods in the Little Rock community, resources or assistance in areas such as academic readiness, college readiness, and workforce and job readiness.
We Vibe Health Festival: Community Health Care Event
The purpose of this event is to promote healthy living by encouraging smokers to quit smoking, introduce links to community gardens, and highlight physical activities that can help with fitness goals. During this event, statistics will be shared about the health threats caused by tobacco use, and we will highlight ways to join the smoke free movement by making healthy choices. This event is open to the public and will also feature age appropriate activities that raise awareness about the advertisements that promote tobacco use, reveal Music Therapy projects designed to assist smokers with quitting, and feature student and live performances.
Bramdon House's Street Team: Performance Group
The vision of the Street Team is to have an eclectic squad of young talented individuals who are ready to empower other young people to cultivate their talents, live tobacco free, and spread positive vibes. Requirements to Participate on Brandon House Street Team:
- Must be Smoke Free.
- Attend scheduled practices (locations and times may vary)
- Must have access to a phone for phone conferences held each month.
- Must be at least 10 years of age (or in 6th grade).
- Must be a team player; must be able to work with others.
- Will be responsible for recruiting and training at least 1 new member throughout the year.
- Must be dedicated and committed to the program as well as each other.
- Must be on time to all regularly scheduled meetings and events.
- Must be supportive of team and events that take place.
Click here to learn more about Street Team and how to join.