- Last Updated on July 24, 2012
- Written by CMI Staff
Editor's note: this story is courtesy of the Rural Community Alliance (RCA).
Eudora students were taught how to use photography to express their views on their educational opportunities and challenges. Martha Molina, an Arkansas Arts Council Arts in Education consultant, conducted a three-day workshop for the youth. A sampling of their work is on exhibit at the J. Austin White Cultural Center in Eudora. Community members and parents are invited to a reception to view the photography on Thursday, July 26, at 5 pm.
The training was coordinated by RCA’s southeast organizer, Tanya Broadnax.
Rural Community Alliance is a partner in the Arkansas Opportunity to Learn Campaign through funding provided by the Schott Foundation for Public Education.
RCA serves rural Arkansas by working with community members to help them become advocates for their rural school and communities, while also helping to unite rural community’s voices on state-wide issues. RCA aids grass-roots led community programs and projects in low-income communities, trains members, and supports youth development projects. RCA currently has 1,200 members in 50 chapters throughout the state of Arkansas.