This summer marked the fifth year of the Diversity in the Arts Internship Program, and it was filled with the creativity and growth that DITA is all about. From organizing kid's camps to teaching the art of zine-making to learning graphic design, our interns had a whirlwind summer at 8 host sites throughout the metro area. You can read about their experiences below, and join us in wishing them well in all their future endeavors! We're thrilled to have these creative young leaders sharing their skills with communities near and far.
The 2023 cohort takes a moment to be silly during the DITA workshop hosted by Rainbow Dome.
Andrew Hager (he/him): Center for Visual Arts - MSU Denver
Faith Lindsay (she/her): Creative Strategies for Change
Clove Love (they/them): Curious Theatre Company
Bjorn Magnus (he/him, they/them): Rainbow Dome
Andy Rodriguez (he/him): Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities
La'llea Ryan (she/her): City of Lakewood
Harper Ryckman (she/her): Museo de las Americas
Katelyn Thatch (all pronouns): Denver Botanic Gardens