Looking for a way to connect with an amazing community this summer? We are excited to offer three camps that will combine in-person small group activities with larger group activities online. After a long year of being apart, we can’t wait to finally come together face-to-face (with masks of course). Take a look at our three offerings!

Because these camps will take place in-person, please click here to view our COVID-19 safety protocols.

Y-WE Create: July 5-11

11AM-5PM Daily

This year’s theme: Artful Survival
Facilitated by: Mari and Rose

Join Y-WE for in-person time with community, hands-on creative experiences, and healing spaces where intersectional identities are welcome, seen and embraced. Our central questions will include: What are the tools, skills, and communities we need to develop in order to survive during this time of social, political and environmental change? How do the arts help us imagine futures in which we are healing and thriving? What creative human and earthly technologies are irreplaceable by the digital world? We will be using the metaphor of Lauren’s survival backpack from Octavia Butler’s Parable of a Sower as inspiration for creative questions and activities that help us envision our artful survival.

In-person cohort options (locations vary):
Fashion and Sewing
Hands on the Land

Click here for more details on each cohort!

Click here to apply!

Y-WE Create 2020: Mural Making Cohort

Y-WE Write: August 1-8

11AM-4PM Daily

This year’s theme: Writing our Liberation
Facilitated by: Naa and Reagan

In-person cohort options (locations vary):
Sci Fi for Social Change
Memoir Poetry

More info and application to come!

Y-WE Write 2019 Open Mic

Nature Connections Clean Water Camp: August 9-15

1-5PM daily at Seahurst Park

Facilitated by Rae and Savannah

More info and application to come!

Y-WE Spring 2021 Ocean Healing Hands program at Seahurst Park
Join Y-WE and invest in a better future for young women*
*those who identify as women or girls or who were assigned female at birth