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Stories Matter Various Other Residencies

Dona Laurita's Artist in Residence Programs and Community Projects:

2017     Artist-in-Residence, Grant Beacon Middle School, Denver, CO

2016     Artist-in-Residence, One Action Arts Immigration - Boulder County, Colorado
             Artist-in-Residence, EcoArts:  Resilience Project, Lafayette, CO
             Artist-in-Residence, Meadow Elementary, Thornton, CO
             Artist-in-Residence, Amesse Elementary, Denver, CO
             Artist-in-Residence, Green Valley Ranch Public Library, Denver, CO
        
2015     Artist-in-Residence, East High School, Denver, October
             Artist-in-Residence, Pin-Hole Cameras, Meadow Elementary, December

2014     Artist-in-Residence, Mizel Museum, May 2014
             Artist-in-Residence, Ashley Elementary, January    
             Artist-in-Residence, Think 360, Noel Community Arts School, January
             Artist-in-Residence, Think 360, Noel Community Arts School, March
             Artist-in-Residence, Mizel Museum, Middle School Girls' Camp, Denver
    
2013     Artist-in-Residence, Mizel Museum Winter Camp, January
             Artist-in-Residence, “Stories Matter”, Noel Community Arts School, funded by a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA), March-May
             CO Dept. of Education’s “Summer Migrant Youth Leadership Institute” (SMYLI), August     
             Artist-in-Residence, Mizel Museum Girl’s Camp, August

2012     “Boxes of Life: Keepsakes as Art” Workshop, Mizel Museum, February
             Artist-in-Residence, Latino Youth Conference, March
             Artist-in-Residence, Barney Ford Elementary, April
             Artist-in-Residence, Highline Academy, April
             Artist-in-Residence, Kunsmiller Creative Arts Academy, April-May
             Artist-in-Residence, Placebridge Academy, April-May
             CO Dept. of Education’s “Summer Migrant Youth Leadership Institute” (SMYLI), July     
             “Creative Journeys” Artist-In-Residence Camps 2012, Mizel Museum “Middle School Girls: Downright Awesome and Really Cool!”, July
             Artist-in-Residence, RMCC, July
             Artist-in-Residence, Mizel Museum, “Kids’ Camp”, August

2011    Artist-in-Residence, Denver District Attorney’s Office Restitution Project, April
            Artist-in-Residence, Creekside Elementary, June
            Mizel Museum’s Creative Journeys: Artist-In-Residence Camp, June
            CO Dept. of Education’s “Summer Migrant Youth Leadership Institute” (SMYLI), July     
            Artist-in-Residence, Mizel Museum, August
            Artist-in-Residence, Bromwell Elementary, November
            Artist-in-Residence, Acre’s Green Elementary, December

2010    Artist-in-Residence, “Tell Me A Story About Me!,” Mizel Museum, June
            Artist-in-Residence, Denver District Attorney’s Office Restitution Project, December
            CO Dept. of Education’s “Summer Migrant Youth Leadership Institute” (SMYLI), July
            Artist-in-Residence, Claire Gardens, October
            Artist-in-Residence, Explore Elementary, Denver, CO, December

2009    Artist-in-Residence, Denver District Attorney’s Office Restitution Project
            Artist-in-Residence at Explore Elementary, Denver, CO

2008    Artist-in-Residence, Murphy Creek Elementary, Aurora, CO
            Artist-in-Residence, Athmar Library Graffiti Project, Denver, CO
            Artist-in-Residence, Denver District Attorney’s Office Restitution Project

2007    Artist-in-Residence, Young Audiences, Marshdale Elementary, Evergreen, CO
2006    Artist-in-Residence, Young Audiences, Burlington, CO
2001    Artist-in-Residence, Young Audiences, Crested Butte, CO
1999    Artist-in-Residence, Young Audiences, Children’s Hospital Medical Day Treatment Facility, Denver, CO
1999    Artist-in-Residence, Young Audiences, Emerald Elementary, Broomfield, CO
1997    Naropa University Selected Photographer to document the Dalai Lama visit to Colorado