Arts for All

Arts For All offers accessible artistic opportunities to children in the New York City area who face socio-economic, physical, or emotional barriers to exploring the arts. Through Arts For All, professional artists work with youth organizations to build self-confidence, self-expression, teamwork, resilience, and creativity in children.
Art programs for 3,500 in-need New York children
 
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In 2014, ARTS FOR ALL will send artistic workshops to over 3500 in-need children. Workshops are offered in many artistic disciplines, and are free of charge to the children and organizations we serve. project reportread updates from the field
Provide theater to 2,500 under-served children!
 
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AFA is thrilled to present "Voice Power!" written & performed by Darian Dauchan, as our 2015 Audience Project Tour. We will bring this exciting production, free of charge, to over 2,500 under-served NYC children this fall, many of whom have never seen professional theater. Poet/musician Darian Dauchan guides young audiences on a vocal odyssey through rhymes, beat-boxing, & acapella melodies in search of one of civilization's most valued treasures - the power of the voice!
Provide theatre to 2,500 in-need New York children
 
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As part of our Audience Project, Arts for All will tour a professional children's show entitled "Stories - Live and In Person" FREE OF CHARGE to 2,500 in-need children in the greater New York area. project reportread updates from the field
Provide theatre to over 2,500 in-need NYC children
 
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As part of our "Audience Project," Arts For All will tour a professional children's show, FREE OF CHARGE, to over 2,500 in-need children in the NYC area. Arts For All's 2012 show consists of two fairytale one-acts entitled "The Fairytale Academy" and "How Peanut Butter Met Jelly" written by Jenn Palumbo. Each one-act teaches important lessons to children about studying, sharing, teamwork, and friendship, with study guides provided. Assemblies are followed by a question and answer session. project reportread updates from the field
Provide Theater to 2,500 In-Need New York Children
 
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As part of our "Audience Project," Arts For All will tour a professional live children's show, "The Emperor's New Clothes," FREE OF CHARGE to 2,500 in-need children grades K-5 in the New York area. project reportread updates from the field
Provide theater to 2,500 in-need New York children
 
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As part of our "Audience Project," Arts for All will tour a professional live children's show,"The Tall Tales of Enoch," FREE OF CHARGE to 2,500 in-need children grades K-5 in the New York area. project reportread updates from the field
Provide theatre to over 2,500 in-need NYC children
 
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As part of our Audience Project, Arts for All will tour PigPen Theatre Company's "The Mountain Song" FREE OF CHARGE to over 2,500 in-need children in the greater New York City area. Back-to-Back 2010 and 2011 FringeNYC Overall Excellence Award winners, PigPen Theatre Company is an ensemble of seven young artists out of Carnegie Mellon who create atmospheric theatrical fables with their own unique blend of live music, puppetry, shadow play, choreographed movement, and clever lighting effects. project reportread updates from the field
Provide Free Theatre to 2,500 In-Need NYC Children
 
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For our 2013 AUDIENCE PROJECT TOUR, Arts For All is bringing a free professional production of E. Gray Simmon's 'PINOCCHIO' to 2,500 in-need students the five boroughs of New York City! Each performance of the 2-week tour is followed by a Q & A session with the audience. This engaging version of 'PINOCCHIO' explores adventure, desire, family, and learning right from wrong, with original music by Clayton Colwell. All the themes are augmented by a free Study Guide and 4-week pilot workshops.

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