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Meet Our 2017 Interns!

These 45 high school students are spending their summer making artwork, developing important workforce skills and becoming more active in their community. ArtWorks interns are hired to create and inspired to succeed. Finishing the second week of this summer’s ArtWorks program, they are already hard at work learning to network, write resumes, manage events, coordinating Read More

Arts for Learning/Miami is an ArtPlace America 2017 National Creative Placemaking Fund (NCPF) Finalist

Arts for Learning/Miami’s Wall (In) project is a finalist for ArtPlace America’s 2017 National Creative Placemaking Fund   Extremely competitive national grant program will consider 70 projects  (June 7, 2017) Today, ArtPlace America announced that Arts for Learning/Miami is one of 70 finalists for the 2017 National Creative Placemaking Fund (NCPF). ArtPlace selected these 70 proposals from 987 Read More

Apply for Wall (In)

  Do you live in Liberty City? Are you currently in high school? Are you interested in art, architecture, activism, politics, history or your city? Would you like to make an impact on your community? Apply to be part of the Wall (In) program! Wall (In) is a summer program within which local young artists Read More

Poetry Service Announcements

In celebration of O, Miami, Arts for Learning’s Lewis Arts Studio alumni present Poetry Service Announcements. This talented group of high school visual arts students designed and edited video works inspired by poems of their choice under the guidance of teaching artist and new media specialist Aldo Luna – in the span of only 9 Read More

#TeamA4L at the Superintendent’s 5K

” ngg_triggers_display=”never” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″] On Saturday, April 1, 2017, #TeamA4L joined runners and walkers from all over South Florida at the Superintendent’s 5K – Race for Education. The second annual event, presented by Miami-Dade County Public Schools and the Foundation for New Educational Initiatives.  In addition to promoting health and wellness in our Read More

Little by Little Through the Arts

By Louise Potash, A4L Board Member Mondays can sometimes be chaotic. After a couple of days off, it can feel like all of Monday is about setting the pace anew. I was mindful of the possibility of Monday messiness when I went to visit Arts for Learning’s After-school Program at Dr. Henry W. Mack West Read More