ArtReach Orlando is proud to announce our new Saturday art class series, Artists in WonderStudio! Come join us for art-filled Saturdays!!
Each six-week session will introduce elementary and middle school students to contemporary art through inquiry-based learning, open-ended discussions, hands-on studio art experiences, and interactions with professional artists. For ages 7-12 years old. Art is a messy business, so please dress appropriately!
Financial Aid is Available
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If you have any questions, please email Sarah Zimmer at firstname.lastname@example.org
Saturdays Sept. 28 - Nov. 2, 2019 | 10 am - 12 pm
ArtReach Orlando’s Community Classroom
1000 Arlington St. Orlando, FL 32805
ArtReach Orlando offers a limited number of PARTIAL and FULL scholarships to our Artists in Wondercamp series.
Please fill out the form below to be considered for financial assistance. A committee of ArtReach Orlando teaching artists and administrative staff will award scholarships based on the following criteria: financial need, general interest, involvement in the arts, and space availability.
Please click the link below and fill out the attached form to the best of your abilities.
The generous support of our community partners makes it possible for ArtReach Orlando to expand our programs and reach more students! Here are a few examples of what their support has helped produce this year.
This program fosters social-emotional learning for students in grades preK-12th at the Orange County Academy in Bithlo through weekly visual art classes, field trips, community exhibitions, and summer enrichment.
In partnership with the Orlando REP, this afterschool program for middle school students incorporates visual art, dramatic arts, and creative writing to explore identity, empowerment, and social issues. Over the course of a semester, students gain confidence against bullying through art, creative writing & theatrical performances.
In partnership with The Boys and Girls Club of Central Florida, ARO offers programming to 5th & 6th graders once a week. This program is generously supported by United Arts of Central Florida.
A spring break and summer art program designed to introduce elementary and middle school students to contemporary art through inquiry-based learning, hands-on studio art experiences, and mindfulness. This program is generously supported by the Mayor’s Matching Grants program.
Art Bards: Exploring Poetry Through Visual Art is offered in partnership with the Orange County Library System. This program provides hands-on art activities inspired by poetry for youth ages 6-12 years old at the 16 different library branches.
In partnership with United Arts of Central Florida, Hope Community Center, and Second Harvest Food Bank, students explore the ways creativity relates to community and leadership through theatre, movement, and visual art.
The overarching goal of this program is for students to gain a greater understanding of social justice through an art curriculum which supports state standards.
In Partnership with Orlando REP
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