Loudoun Community Press is an educational arts and publishing organization. Loudoun Community Press provides a number of adolescent and teen arts and publishing programs. Each year, our Board of Directors selects a theme and publishing project for young people to produce together for Loudoun County. Loudoun Community Press Cohorts meet weekly and are led by a Student Board of Directors. Together they participate in group activities, lead arts and education programming for partner organizations, and support other program participants, such as the Sterling Community Center's Black History Month Expo, Loudoun Youth's Claude Moore Community Builder program, and the Loudoun County Public Library's Write On Contest. Loudoun Community Press also provides arts outreach programming and community wide education through our Speaker Series.
Our speaker series takes place monthly between September and May and seeks to highlight contemporary topics in art, education, and leadership with an emphasis on how these themes relate to Loudoun's communities. In each session, we invite an expert to present their perspective
on a topic to encourage dialogue
with students and members of the public.
The event series takes place in
Loudoun County Public Libraries
and is streamed for online attendance and recorded for later viewing. We seek to connect, inspire and be inspired by
our vibrant community through our monthly speaker series.
If you are interested in participating as a speaker for our Speaker Series, please complete our online application.
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