In their newest show, "Our Alien Nation", The Changing Lives Youth Theatre Ensemble explores a cultural change in connection since...
Austin has a longstanding problem with environmental inequality. Creative Action and CapMetro's newest collaboration honors those...
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was a leader in the Civil Rights Movement, advocating for equality and fair voting rights. Let's honor his work by teaching young people about voting rights!
You don't need excessive wealth to be a philanthropist. The true core of giving is in the desire to promote the welfare of others.
For Spirit Day 2021, we invite you to watch any of these 5 Youth-Made Films That Tell LGBTQIA+ Stories made by young filmmakers in Youth Cinema Collective.
As Hispanic Heritage Month wraps up, we asked Creative Action staff to name their favorite Latinx and Hispanic businesses.
Looking for a creative outlet for your family? Peep next week's schedule to find something fun to learn from one of our many arts ed professionals! We have a variety of virtual offerings for young people and caregivers alike.
In Spring 2021, Creative Action's Wish Trees collected wishes to help grow a better world. "Wish Trees: The Activation!" took those wishes...
In-person art camp returned for students in East Austin with Creative Action and Art All Summer, an Arts Enrichment Program of Govalle PTA!
A social media campaign to enable social change created by youth for youth. (Let that sink in.) That’s the root foundation of the campaign #UnmuteMePlz, which launched on Saturday, June 26th.