About The Project

333 East Campus Mall
Suite 3129
Madison, WI 53715-1380

The JVN Project is a collective centered on using the genre and culture of Hip-Hop as a tool of empowerment. It is an organization instituted by students at the University of Wisconsin-Madison inspired by the life of 19-year- old Chicagoan artist and UW-Madison student John Vietnam Nguyễn - emcee, poet, dancer, music engineer, and activist.

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ONE

LIFE

WRITING

workshops

The One Life Workshop Series is an after school program centered to encourage, develop, and sharpen creative writing skills for middle and high school students. One Life provides students with artist mentors who guide them through poetry and performance based workshops through various elements of Hip-Hop. This program’s goal is to provoke self-disclosure and critical thought amongst students.

One Life’s curriculum objectives include:

  • The improvement of reading & comprehension

  • Inspiring internal and external affirmation

  • Promoting a sense of belonging & community

Meet our

Facilitators

2017-2018 Workshop Information: 

West HS

Wednesdays
4:00pm-5:30pm
Room 2031

Goodman CC

Mondays
5:30pm-6:30pm

Lussier Loft

La Follette HS

Thursdays
4:00pm-5:30pm
Room B33

Memorial HS

Thursdays
4:00pm-5:30pm
Room 615