More than 150 student artists from Boston public schools will gather Thursday in Dorchester to display their multimedia projects created through the Adobe Foundation.
Students will come together at the Jeremiah E. Burke High School at 11:00 a.m. to display works on such topics as bullying and healthy eating as part of the global “Adobe Youth Voices” program.
Funded by Adobe, the maker of Adobe Photoshop a popular photo-editing software, the program aims to empower youth in underserved communities by giving them the tools they need to communicate their ideas.
Participating schools include:
Boston Arts Academy, Boston Latin Academy, Boston Latin School, Brighton High School, Jeremiah E. Burke High School, Charlestown High School, East Boston High School, The English High School, Horace Mann School for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, Jackson/Mann K-8 School, Mary Lyon High School, Madison Park Technical Vocational High School, TechBoston Academy, Maurice J. Tobin K-8, and West Roxbury Academy.