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MAKING ARTS EDUCATION MORE ACCESSIBLE TO CHILDREN AND ADULTS
We care so much about Arts Education because we care about people.
Arts education plays a major role in human development. According to research published by Americans for the Arts, arts education can help develop imagination, cognitive skills, critical/analytical thinking, language, social skills, focus, listening, sense of time and place, tolerance and more.
Learning is life-long. We offer opportunities to children and adults who want to learn more about art/life/themselves through the hands-on experiences of producing art in various media—including but not limited to two and three dimensional design, jewelry, quilting, sculpture, drawing, pottery, printmaking, painting, photography, collage and graphics.