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Centuries ago Greek philosopher Plutarch understood that youth are not “vessels to be filled but fires to be lit”. Through an approach called the Creative Community Model, Charlie and his global team at PYE (Partners for Youth Empowerment) have been lighting fires and building dynamic partnerships across the globe that are awakening the purpose, power and potential of thousands of young people from all walks of life and cultures.
Based on the awareness that youth thrive in the company of adults who are creatively alive and passionate about life, Charlie’s work integrates the expressive arts, motivational learning, and training in group facilitation, with the aim of empowering adult practitioners with the confidence and know-how to do transformative work with young people.
This webinar will provide a framework for understanding how the arts can be used to create powerful learning events with lasting impact.
Charlie Murphy is Co-founder and CEO of PYE (Partners for Youth Empowerment). He is internationally recognized for his groundbreaking work using the arts to bring depth, relevance and effectiveness to organizations and educational programs for adults and youth. An acclaimed facilitator and presenter, Charlie has worked with organizations, schools and businesses on five continents. In 1996 he founded The Power of Hope: Youth Empowerment through the Arts with Peggy Taylor. In 2006 he was awarded an Ashoka Fellowship in recognition of his groundbreaking youth development work. Charlie co-authored Catch the Fire: An Art-Full Guide to Unleashing the Creative Power of Youth, Adults, and Communities.