Promoting Leadership in Aspiring Youth
Claude Blue (2020-2021)
1. Through teaching the seniors arts and crafts, group members learn from each other and progress together with seniors.
2. Actively participate in various local art activities, including seminars, exhibitions, art shows.
3. Participated in the Recycled Art Project, turning recycled materials into art pieces.
4. Participated in the U.S.-China Youth Workshop 2017 hosted by Stanford University.
5. Support the editing work of PLAY Times and other activities of Music and other clubs.
Ashley Chen (2018-2020)
Jenny Li is a senior at Dougherty Valley High School. She has participated in PLAY events since 2017 and served as vice president last year for PLAY Art. She has had a deep passion for art ever since she was little, believing art contains unshakable power and status in society. Outside of PLAY, she has been participating in various volunteering events by herself like teaching children at school in the countryside of Guizhou, China during summer. In her free time, she enjoys painting, playing piano, dancing, voice acting, reading, learning languages, ice skating, playing volleyball, etc. Jenny is looking forward to another great year with PLAY!
Play Art was founded in 2014 by Diana Miao (who is studying at Parsons School of Design now). Ashely Chen, Catherine Chen, Peishan Yu, and Shuaiying Tong are the founding members of PLAY Art. In the past five years, they have done a lot of work, leading everyone to help the elderly and children in the community to enrich their lives through painting. Carried out the Recycling Art project, organized and taught students in the primary school to use waste materials to make art, so that they can establish environmental awareness from an early age, and ran many exhibitions, organized 100 people on-site production, and repeatedly auctioned works for fundraising. Demonstrated and created works at Stanford University with young people from all over the world, making used items a work of art and promoting recycled art projects. Helping new students learn English in school to solve their difficulties... Leading everyone to raise money for cancer patients and guiding everyone to care for people around them... Their new project will combine network science and art teaching so that children from all over the world who have networks can have the opportunity to learn art.
Catherine Chen (2018-2020)
PLAY Leadership Organization is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit recognized by the IRS
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