Project g.r.a.c.e. (which stands for Genuine Respect for Arts Cultural Endeavors) is designed to take the boredom out of learning to embrace cultural etiquette. Project g.r.a.c.e. encompasses several aspects of cultural etiquette including, but not limited to: table presentation, dining and social etiquette, looking and being your best, social responsibilities, networking, job interviews, etc.
Project g.r.a.c.e. promotes theory and practice demonstrating how art and cultural etiquette affects social change.
Children learn by example, so what Project g.r.a.c.e. does is set a good one by making plain the essentials of how common coutesy can make life easier for you as well as the people around you.
The main problem is the “image” that social etiquette has. Etiquette is not giving up of one’s individuality, or the cold formality often impersonated on televistion. It is rather the beautiful frame which is placed around a valuable picture to prevent its being marred or defaced.
So how can Project g.r.a.c.e. help you?
By offering timely, age appropriate sessions which break barriers and stereotypes of etiquette by making it something people want to do!
Current sessions include:
- You’ve Got the Look (females) – Working what works for you!
- The Talk – Social Table Presentation
- The Charm – Social Table Presentation
- The g.r.a.c.e. – Dining and Social Etiquette
- Work It! – Key to Networking
We want to make sure your group has the essential elements necessary to make a positive impact on the world. There is no excuse for poor manners or lack of arts cultural etiquette. We promise that all groups, from children to young adults will have all the tools they need to be socially responsible and display dignity. Poise, and of course, g.r.a.c.e.