Project Jericho provides in-depth performing and visual arts camps and workshops with a goal to make art and cultural experiences available to all youth and families in our community. 

The program is based on recent research that demonstrates the positive impact of arts programs on youth and families, including (among other indicators) decreases in delinquent behavior and court involvement, increased communication and social skills, and improved ability to complete home and school tasks. 

Just as the trumpet’s blare brought down the walls of Jericho, the arts break down barriers to communication, 
self-expression, and confidence, allowing individuals to reach their full potential.

Project Jericho is additionally supported by grants from The Turner Foundation, the Ohio Arts Council, the National Endowment for the Arts, and the Ohio Department of Youth Services