Recent Publications & Press Releases
Art of Me’s online publication, a space designed to showcase youth stories submitted to us through competitions and programs. We aim to provide young people a platform to hone in on their voice and their power by sharing their stories, unfiltered!
HIV/AIDS Edition • Highlighting Health Community Voices
For National HIV Testing Day, Art of Me has put together a collection of resources, interviews with community members, and art to highlight voices and information surrounding HIV/AIDS.
Joy Doesn't Mean Joyful
A heartbreaking story of a young girl's battle with mental health in a digital age. Written by Emily François and Illustrations by Sophia Fukida.
The Next Generation of Storytellers
This is an online publication published by a non-profit organization, Art of Me. The publication is designed to showcase youth stories that are submitted to us through our writing competition and other writing programs.
The stories include short essays, short stories, photos, poems, and other content pieces written by high school students in under-resourced communities.
Voices of Unity: Art of Me
CLEVELAND (WJW) — An organization is putting the creative vision into the hands of children. It’s a non-profit that is helping Clevelanders, young and old, find the art in their own stories.
Now, a few of these local storytellers have watched their ideas evolve into feature films.
Art of Me celebrates and elevates community storytelling
The multi-generational program takes a creative approach toward spreading messages.
2022 Graduate Support Grant Winner Stephanie Wahome-Lassiter and her nonprofit Art of Me are featured in this video.
This video was produced by Obed Shelton.
Stephanie Lassiter & Rosemary Gramajo Quiñones – Art of Me is Helping People Tell Their Stories
Rosemary describes the cold reality of deportation in her story ‘The Effects’ that won her the Art of Me’s “What is Power & Community?” contest.