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By Teenagers For Teenagers Volume 2

On Thursday, May 30, 2019, A4L presented By Teenagers for Teenagers Volume 2 (BT4T2), an exhibition of artwork by high school interns of A4L’s ArtWorks Internship in the Arts, at the Lewis Arts Studio. By Teenagers for Teenagers is a set of exhibitions of works by participants of A4L’s ArtWorks Internship in the Arts for Read More

Learning Without Limits

A4L Miami Teaching Artist Carrie Sue Ayvar on her experience at the Young Audiences National Conference in Houston, TX:   J. M. Barrie’s Peter Pan reads “The moment you doubt whether you can fly, you cease for ever to be able to do it.” Well, the Young Audiences Conference in Houston reminded me that we Read More

2019 All Kids Included Summer Camp

Join us for 2019 Creative Arts Summer Camp! Youth Arts in the Parks – an All Kids Included Accessible Arts Experience for Kids Click Here to Download Flyer WHO: Children and Youth with and without disabilities Ages 6-17 (youth with disabilities welcome up to age 22) – WHAT: Have fun, make friends, make art and Read More

My Cleats My Cause with Julius Thomas of the Miami Dolphins

Julius Thomas, #89 Tight End for the Miami Dolphins has chosen Arts for Learning for the NFL’s My Cleats My Cause  initiative. In it’s second year, the NFL’s My Cleats My Cause initiative allows players to wear non-regulation cleats, designed to bring awareness to a charity of their choosing, on the field during Week 13 Read More

Spring 2017 Culminating Events

Summer is almost here, which means A4L’s Spring Afterschool programs are coming to a close. Though we hate to part with our burgeoning artists and lifelong learners, we do love to celebrate the end of another fabulous semester and share the result of weeks of arts education with all of you! Enjoy this gallery of Read More

Arts for Learning Centers

A4L Board Member Louise Potash on her visit to A4L’s After-School programs at Feinberg Fisher K-8 Center Recently, while observing an Arts for Learning after-school class, I noted the teacher’s comments and instructions. They seemed pertinent to any and every class— a guide for learning. Her directions were explicit, and she demonstrated first. She moved Read More