Please join us in celebrating the work of Audree and Merideth, two Project Jericho student photographers, who captured the kaleidoscope of color and diversity celebrated at this fantastic community event.
Come meet the artists, view their photographs, and enjoy a drink from a local, fair trade coffee shop.
Photography exhibition will be on display through November and was made possible through the community development department with the City of Springfield.
Come join us to celebrate all of the artwork done by Project Jericho students who have attended Open Studio sessions this fall! The celebration will take place in the Project Jericho Studio in the Hollenbeck Bayley Creative Arts and Conference Center on the second floor.
It's that time of year again for our second annual CHALKTOBERFEST! We will be taking over National Road Commons alongside our friends at National Trail Parks and Recreation District to celebrate the beginning of Autumn, to welcome our Scarecrows, and to have some fun! There will be a chalk art competition that will be happening throughout the day, along with food trucks, local vendors, music and a few more surprises! Join us for a great time!
Project Jericho and National Trails team up to present CHALKTOBERFEST 2017. This family friendly festival will feature a chalk art competition, live music, food trucks, and other fun activities throughout the day. There will also be a special performance by Project Jericho's own Bucket Band!! Don't miss out!!
Bucket Band is at it again at the Springfield Monarch Butterfly Festival at Buck Creek Nature Park! Our performance this time is at 1:30.
In May 2017, Project Jericho and Clark County Solid Waste District teamed up to bring awareness to the recycling center located at 1602 W. Main Street. Colorado Muralist Mariah Kaminsky worked with youth and families in our community to not only reclaim and restore a wall, but also create light for a neighborhood and our entire community.
Together with lead artist Sherry Ringler, Project Jericho families embarked on the adventure of weaving a mural and sculpting a life-size deer head which will be installed at the Clark County Family Visitation Center. Children's artist Kris Dillard helped our Little Explorers find ways to make art out of objects found in nature.
Project Jericho and the Clark County Department of Job and Family Services teamed up to bring a new look to the Family Visitation Center! Come celebrate with us in the new space!
Project Jericho Rewind & Fast Forward is a celebration of 16 years of Project Jericho with MySONG youth also sharing musical promises of their future. In Project Jericho MySong, youth auditioned for the opportunity to write, record, and perform original songs with guitar virtuoso, Michael Kelsey. Following the performance, everyone is invited to a Sweet 16 birthday celebration in the lobby and outside.