ALL KIDS INCLUDED
Youth Arts in the Parks: Accessible Arts Experiences for Kids
Offered on Saturday mornings, Youth Arts in the Parks is an inclusive, socially-oriented arts program for children and youth with and without disabilities. The goal is to create a fun and educational environment where kids can learn an art form in an inclusive out-of-school social setting, led by professional artists, art teachers, certified instructors, and disability experts. In addition to learning the art form, participants will be made to feel they are part of a social “art club.”
The program is designed for all children and youth with and without disabilities, ages 6-17 (youth with disabilities welcome up to age 22). No prior art experience is required to participate.
Space is Limited! Registrations will be accepted on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Spring 2017 Registration is now open!
Registration Deadline: Friday, January 13, 2017
Youth Arts in the Parks Registration Form (English)
Youth Arts in the Parks Registration Form – Español
Youth Arts in the Parks Registration Form – Kreyol
Click here to download the Spring 2017 Registration Flyer
Visit the Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs website for more information.
Click here to download the Spring 2017 Program Schedule
Highland Oaks Park
20300 NW 24th Avenue, Miami, FL 33180
13841 SW 120th Street, Miami, FL 33186
Miller Drive Park
5510 SW 94th Court, Miami, FL 33165
NEW! Theatre & Improv
African Heritage Cultural Arts Center
6161 NW 22nd Avenue, Miami, FL 33142
Click here to download the Spring 2017 Program Schedule.
Youth Arts in the Parks is presented by Miami-Dade County Parks and Recreation Disability Services and Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs, in partnership with Arts for Learning and A World WithOut Labels.For more information, contact Janet Evans, Program Director, [email protected] or (305) 576-121. ext. 30Youth Arts in the Parks is part of the “All Kids Included – Accessible Arts Experiences for Kids” (AKI) program. AKI is an initiative of the Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs, made possible with the support of the Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs and the Cultural Affairs Council, the Miami-Dade County Mayor and Board of County Commissioners, and in part through grant funding provided by The Children’s Trust. The Children’s Trust is a dedicated source of revenue established by voter referendum to improve the lives of children and families in Miami-Dade County by making strategic investments in their future.The All Kids Included (AKI) Steering Committee, convened in 2006 by the Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs, is comprised of over 50 expert individuals representing the interests of children with disabilities and helps guide the work of the AKI initiative. AKI’s purpose is to increase the number of quality arts experiences accessible to children with disabilities and their families, and to promote the benefit and importance of inclusionary arts and cultural programs, both in school settings and the community. This is done by making resources available to non-profit organizations, including program support, ideas, information, and technical assistance. AKI provides targeted support to non-profit organizations to create ADA/Accessible arts experiences for children with disabilities, so that all children have the opportunity to participate fully in the arts.