Hip-Hop Camp (ages 12-17)

with Epiphany "Big Piph" Morrow

15
July 8-12
Non-Members:
$120
Members:
$100
Students
Ages:
12-17
Capacity:
15
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About

Hip-Hop Camp offers a dynamic and empowering program, where teens will harness the energy of hip-hop and rap to transform their feelings and struggles into powerful lyrics.

Through the beats and rhymes of this vibrant genre, participants will discover the art of articulating and working through heightened emotions. They will learn to craft verses that tell their unique stories through rhythm. In this program, the mic becomes a tool for emotional empowerment and creative liberation.

Parent or guardian must read, complete, and submit the summer camp manual by the first day of camp. Download here.

Scholarships are available! Complete the scholarship application here.

Support for this camp is provided by a Kenneth Reams Arts for Justice Grant.

QUESTIONS?
Shakeelah Rahmaan
Programs Director
(870) 536-3375
About the Instructor

Epiphany “Big Piph” Morrow

Epiphany “Big Piph” Morrow is a Stanford-educated engineer who decided rapping was a better career choice. This community builder from Pine Bluff, Arkansas, performs regularly with his seven-piece band, Tomorrow Maybe. He is lead coordinator of The F.A.M. Project, which empowers future youth leaders to become present ones. He is a noted speaker and serves as a “Cultural Ambassador,'' traveling to countries such as Morocco, Algeria, Ghana, Seychelles, Thailand, and more. Through such programming, he performs and helps to empower artists and non-artists alike. He currently hosts and produces web series including one with PBS entitled, The Glow w/ Big Piph.

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