Out of all the creative photography members learned at PLAY; none shined brighter than their light painting projects!
Imagining Jazz Photography
With a grant from Hudson County Cultural and Heritage Affairs and in partnership with the Riverview Jazz Festival; PLAY students photographed up-and-coming jazz musicians.
Video & Film
The film program at Hudson PLAY gives members the tools and tech they need to express themselves in a new medium.
PLAY members worked with different musicians throughout the semester, learning the basics of music theory, instrumentation and performance.
Black History Month
In celebration of Black History Month, students made collages that paid homage to African-American contrbutions in art, science, and politics.
At Hudson PLAY, our students’ academic achievement comes first. That’s why we dedicate the first hour of our program to getting kids the academic assistance they need to succeed. Older students learned better communication skills as they explained reading comprehension and arithmetic to their peers.
For the month of March, the Hudson and Holland Gardens kids turned their attention to the works of Shakespeare.
In the month of May, the Hudson PLAY program turned its attention to STEM. Students engaged in a plethora of activities of activities that heightened their knowledge of science, technology, and their and critical thinking skills.