Dance 

I AM INVISIBLE  BULLYING & SUICIDE goal is to provide programs that will give our youth access to the art of dance.  We have partnered with the Full Effect Visual and Performing Art Center.

Please click below for information concerning their programs.

How dance can help with mental illness

Breakdance? Belly dance? Ballet? Ballroom? Doesn’t matter – the results are in, and be with a pair of two left feet or otherwise, dance has been proven to improve your overall mood and your mental health.  A meta-analysis of 23 international studies on the effects of dancing, reported in The Arts in Psychotherapy magazine, concludes that dancing has a positive effect on the prevention and treatment of anxiety and depression, but it is also more likely to be voluntarily continued by participants. Further, practices like mindful mediation have been proven to help fight depression, but dance continues to show decreases in stress and depression, making it an even more important element of a student’s mental health toolkit.

https://thefriendshipbench.org/dancing-reduces-anxiety-and-depression-in-students/


 
 

Music

I AM INVISIBLE BULLYING & SUICIDE  has partnered with the community and several music studios and artists to give our youth access to the art of music.

Benefits of Music Therapy for Youth and Teens at Risk

EMOTIONAL GOALS

  • Addresses positive changes in emotional states

  • Increases confidence and self-esteem through successful music experiences

  • Reduces agitation, stress, and anxiety

  • Reduces depression

  • Provides means of distraction and temporary relief from pain and discomfort

 
 

 BE YOU! TALENT SHOWCASE:  Governor's Square Mall

 
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Meet Music Artist Norez: 
Music Ambassador

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Community Partnership:  ARC Exhibit

Hopkinsville, KY


I AM INVISIBLE Bullying And Suicide has partnered with the ARC Exhibit to empower our youth and young adults through the arts of visual art and music.

The ARC Exhibit is an exclusive Content Development Facility that houses a state-of-the-art music recording studio, photography and content development studio, art gallery, and an ever-changing storefront. The facility is on Main Street in the historic downtown area of the City of Hopkinsville.

ARC powers the independent record label, Hiphoptown, USA. Founder of Hiphoptown, USA, Richie Acevedo, designed the ARC Exhibit to give Artists the space to create, network, market, and profit from their work.

Hiphoptown, USA, designed its label to model two historic record labels, Motown and Sun Records. Hiphoptown, USA adapted the vibe and zeal of Motown and included the music genre-blending experimentation that Sun Records is known for, which created Hiphoptown, USA's unique sound.

 
 

Gateway Music Group LLC

Project Gateway: Meet You Where You Are

June 25, 2022

Gateway Music Group LLC  and partners have launched a pilot program
Meet You Where You Are groundbreaking skills and training program to provide at-risk teens and young adults with a pathway toward actualizing their dreams of working in performing arts and the entertainment industry. Launched as a three-year pilot program, Meet You Where You Are will serve at-risk and gang-involved youth aged ten and older.
The first pilot program will select young people to participate in a 3-month summer mentoring program that combines leadership and team development with extracurricular activities such as art, music, dance, and physical fitness. After completion of the training program, participants will be eligible to access mentors and tools introduced by the program year-round and continue Phase 2 in the following summer