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ArtWorks Summer Finale 2017

  Don’t miss Arts for Learning’s ArtWorks Summer Finale 2017! Under the tutelage of Teaching Artist Yanira Collado, ArtWorks interns, high school students with an interest in the arts, have spent six weeks of their summer vacation gaining important workforce skills and creating art, resulting in -_______- their visual art exhibition and Pop-Up Shop! Join Read More

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

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