Thank you to all who attended the Back to School with ArtsConnection benefit gala on Wednesday, September 21, 2022. It was truly a night to remember. Hosted by Seth Gilliam, the evening honored Ted Berger, ArtsConnection founding board member, whose tireless efforts have impacted and enriched millions of people’s lives throughout New York City and […]
In this issue: 2022 Arts Innovator Awardees: Clayton and Parker Calvert 2022 Arts Innovator Awardee: Josh Campbell Reserve your seats today for the BACK TO SCHOOL WITH ARTSCONNECTION Benefit Celebration 2022 Benefit Spotlight It is our pleasure to announce that we will be honoring Arts Innovators Clayton Calvert and Parker Calvert at the Back to […]
Join us on September 21 to celebrate ArtsConnection’s long history of working with educators, youth workers, and students who have been marginalized in different ways, helping them develop their capacity to successfully navigate the real-life challenges they face. Click here for more information.
In this issue: Honoring Ted Berger Announcing the ‘Grow with GIVE’ Program Recipients 2022 Benefit Spotlight It is our pleasure to announce that we will be honoring Ted Berger, ArtsConnection founding board member, at our benefit this Fall. It is no exaggeration to say that Ted has impacted and enriched millions of people’s lives through […]
In this issue: 2022 Staff Retreat | In-School Programs | School Year-End Appeal
ArtsConnection welcomes a new board member, announces a new grant from the NEA, and celebrates our Teens!
Each year, high schoolers are provided with the opportunity to curate and produce an exhibition of artwork by their peers, centered on a theme of their choice. “It’s OK to be Broken: a Conversation about Teen Mental Health” is a culmination of this year’s efforts.
On the evening of March 3rd, ArtsConnection hosted the first of our new virtual event series for students and their parents over Zoom! Developed as a way for families to learn from AC Teaching Artists without leaving their homes, HomeConnection offers a mixture of music, animation, and art-making for a unique, entirely digital learning experience.
As we come to the end of Black History Month, ArtsConnection recognizes the importance of continually educating ourselves year-round. Change is a verb and our commitment to upholding EDIA values is an ongoing organization-wide effort.
Meet the TAAB Board members who will play an important role in organization moving forward. Plus, check out photos from an alumni art opening!