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iDance Miami

Want to learn how to dance? Think you can dance? Want to be a part of a dance production? The City of Miami Parks and Recreation Department has partnered with Arts for Learning to offer a FREE dance program in your area. Register now for FREE after-school dance classes! Youth ages 10-18 can contact any Read More

Thank You, Kay!

Our beloved Kay Hancock Apfel, champion of the arts and arts integration into early childhood programs, has resigned from A4L’s Board of Directors after 12 years of dedication and service to Miami’s children and youth. Read More

Lewis Arts Studio Summer Showcase in the Miami Herald

Middle-school students show their artwork created at summer camp Christina Mayo CHARLES TRAINOR JR. – Miami Herald File Members of the community, family and friends joined 18 middle-school students at their recent summer art show and the celebration was anything but typical. This group of young artists might not otherwise have the opportunity to display Read More

2017 All Kids Included Student Art Competition

  Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs 2017 All Kids Included Student Art Competition Deadline February 6, 2017 Do you know a young artist?  Submissions are now being accepted for the All Kids Included (AKI) district-wide student visual art competition open to all Miami-Dade students in grades PreK-12. Celebrating inclusion, empowerment, and determination, the contest Read More

A4L Mourns the Loss of a Master

It is with great sorrow that we share news of the passing of one of our most beloved Teaching Artists, dancer and choreographer Alejandro Bahia. With over 20 years of dance training and experience, Alejandro Bahia was one of Arts for Learning (A4L)’s most requested teaching artists. In addition to his specialization in Latin Dance Read More

Meet our 2016 ArtWorks Interns

Meet Arts for Learning’s 2016 Summer ArtWorks Interns. These 45 high school students from Miami-Dade and Broward counties are busy making art alongside A4L Teaching Artists in visual, performing and literary arts – all while engaging in community service projects and attending work-force skill-building workshops. Click here to find out more about the ArtWorks program. Read More