Creative Culminations: A4L After-School Programs Close the 2014-15 School Year
As the 2014-15 school year comes to an end, students in Arts for Learning (A4L)’s After-School programs are presenting their best work to parents, teachers and fellow students with pride.
Enjoy the following highlights from schools and parks across Miami-Dade County where A4L Teaching Artists have worked to help students create everything from action sculptures to magical musicals, to flying saucers!
Students of Angel Condori’s After-School visual arts class at Biscayne Elementary line up to view the exhibition of their works.
Avery, a student at Biscayne Elementary made Teaching Artist Angel Condori the subject of one of her portraits this year. Here she is with two of the works she completed with his help.
Teaching Artist Yanira Collado and students of A4L’s After-School program at The Barnyard – Coconut Grove Cares celebrate the end of another artful school year.
The stage at The Barnyard was transformed into a magical world through this installation of works by students in Teaching Artists Yanira Collado and Aurora Molina’s After-School visual arts classes.
A4L Teaching Artist Marisol Blanco’s first graders at Centro Mater East perform at their “Magicland” end of year show.
Students of A4L Teaching Artist Yanira Collado’s After-School program at Range Park participate in a historical scavenger hunt among the robot and spaceship sculptures they made throughout their residency.