In 2008, Mosaic released the findings of a three-year study conducted by the University of Michigan Department of Psychology, The Detroit Initiative and area-Detroit community based organizations. The study identifies and assesses the internationally acclaimed, professional performing arts training program's goals, practice methods, and expected outcome. Mosaic seeks to empower young people with the tools necessary to create positive changes in their lives and communities by helping them to develop patterns of cooperation, disciplined work habits and effective problem-solving skills through the creation of high-quality, professional-level performances of theatre and music. By highlighting the immense talent of young Detroiters, Mosaic helps to create positive peer role models and young people who can view a more positive future for themselves and for their community.
Title: Excellence on Stage and in Life: The Mosaic Model for Youth Development through the Arts
Publication date 2008-02-20
Publication Year 2008
Lorraine M. Guti
Mosaic Youth Theatre of Detroit
North America / United States (Midwestern) / Michigan / Wayne County / Detroit
, young people
, youth ensemble
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