COVID-19 (Corona Virus Update)

The Writer's Block will postpone all programming and larger operations until given clear indication that gathering is safe in our community.  

We appreciate your understanding and cooperation with this matter and look forward to opening our space for creative expression soon! 

Please contact ignite@writersblockink.org for questions and information

Join The Block as we bring our virtual programming to Waterbury Public Schools

Writer's Block InK will be offering a 4 week program series to Waterbury Arts Magnet School students ages 13-18. 

 

Meeting 2-4pm every Wednesday beginning October 21st, students will be challenged to create art that ignites social change and address social issues.  

Writer's Block InK staff will host a series of workshops for students in creative writing, acting, poetry and visual art & design. 

If you are interested in learning more about what our program has to offer, join us October 7th at 2pm for a meet and greet session.

Testimonials from Summer Programming

"HIGHLIGHTS!! SO MANY OF THEM!! Juanita, Kolton and other people from the Block were able to create with young people, introduce hard topics, and engage in ways that are innovative and new. We got a gallery, music videos, song writing, poetry, acting, etc. So much work came out of the summer program and it was amazing!"

-Summer Programming Student

"Because at the block, not only do you get to express your creativity, but you get to learn about the world around you and figure out what you can do to make it better, all while making friends that by the end of the program will feel like family."

-Summer Programming Student

"Joseph has been participating with "The Block" for several years now. They have bought out the best in him through dance,singing ,and acting. I thank God every year that this program is around because it keeps him safe and off streets."

-Summer Programming Parent

Join us on Wednesday, October 7th at 2pm for an information session about The Express Lane

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