The Westinghouse Lighthouse Project is a teen after school program that seeks to educate and empower high school youth living in the Homewood-Brushton community of Pittsburgh through a seamless integration of curriculum-based arts programming, leadership development, academic support and service learning experiences.
Through this comprehensive approach we are committed to developing young people who are civically engaged, prepared for college and who can express themselves creatively and artistically.
Students can select to participate in a number of different art modules including music production, filmmaking, spoken word, architectural design, visual art and graphic design. Each art module is staffed by a highly-trained artist mentor who guides participants through the learning experience and helps them bring to life their own creative ideas.
The Westinghouse Lighthouse Project is a free program open to all high school students living in the 15208 zip code.
For more information about the Lighthouse Project please contact Project Director, James Brown at (412) 436-0535.