This April, seven Work-Study Interns from Stonecrest Home Arts will go to Rome to attend Incontro Romano, a one-day international conference on caring for people’s basic needs: food, clothing, shelter and health. This year’s Incontro Romano theme is The Transformative Power of Work: The Splendor of Everyday Life. The Interns have submitted a project that reflects on their experiences of ordinary work at the RSC Administration, focusing on the transformative power of family meals.
Read the dossier here.
Make a donation to our scholarship fund to help the girls cover the costs of the trip.
Did you know that Stonecrest Home Arts is moving to Northern Virginia?
The staff of Stonecrest has offered cutting edge programs on the home arts since 1984. Initially all programs were offered at the headquarters in DC. We expanded the programs in 2005 when we began to offer them at a more suitable site in Reston, Virginia. Over the past few years, the programs offered in Reston have been oversubscribed and it has become clear that moving Stonecrest Home Arts headquarters to the Northern Virginia area – close to our stakeholders and to the site where we carry out our programs – is a critical next step for further development of our mission.