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The Untold History of Liberty City’s Segregation Walls

The Untold History of Liberty City’s Segregation Walls During the Jim Crow era, the walls were built to separate blacks from whites. Decades later, the slabs are still a mystery because it’s unclear who approved the construction of the walls People walk past pieces of Liberty City history every day without knowing it. Concrete slabs Read More

National Water Dance 2018

Students of A4L’s after school class at Flamingo Park with Dale Andre, Founder and Director of National Water Dance and A4L Teaching Artist, Allisen Learnard. Students at two of Arts for Learning’s after school program sites participated in National Water Dance, the national call to raise awareness of water conservation practices through Dance. Watch A4L’s Read More

Congratulations – You’re IN!

ArtWorks Interns Accepted to Top Colleges We are thrilled to announce that many of Arts for Learning’s ArtWorks interns have been accepted to some of the top colleges and universities across the country! In addition to getting paid to create works of visual and performing art with their peers under the guidance of a professional Read More

Join us at Lulu’s!

  Join us at Lulu’s Nitrogen Ice Cream! Thursday, February 15 Thursday, February 22 From 4 – 10PM 2001 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami, FL 33132   Present this flyer and 15% of proceeds will be donated to Arts for Learning – giving South Florida’s children and youth the chance to create! Read More

A4L Wins ArtPlace America Creative Placemaking Grant for Wall (In) Project

ARTS FOR LEARNING/MIAMI’S WALL (IN) PROJECT IS THE SOLE FLORIDA RECIPIENT OF THE PRESTIGIOUS ARTPLACE AMERICA’S 2017 NATIONAL CREATIVE PLACEMAKING FUND  Project will partner with Academy Award Wining, Miami Playwright Tarrell Alvin McCraney and Prominent Artist, Designer and Educator, Chat Travieso (December 5, 2017) Today, ArtPlace America announced that Arts for Learning/Miami (A4L)’s Wall (In) project Read More