Our mission is to use the Arts as a tool to combat the negative influences of racism and violence confronting communities of color while providing artistic training that can lead to a career in the Arts and/or have a lifelong appreciation for the Arts.
In addition to providing artistic development through traditional art education and training, all courses within the “I Can” Arts and Culture program is designed to:
Broadly defined, social justice theatre is theatre that provokes in the audience an empathetic response to characters suffering various forms of injustice. Through this program it is our desire for the audiences to:
TTHA "I Can“ was founded to provide art opportunities for the community through classes, performances, concerts, lectures, and exhibitions. These programs will provide students grades (3-12th) a chance for creative expression and support promising artists in the pursuit of their crafts. TTHA "I Can" will offer instructed classes during and after school for beginners and advanced level students. Classes consists of training in dance, music, and theater. The TTHA "I Can" Arts and Culture program is committed to building an institution that serves the community at large.