After two years of being on hold, we are very excited to announce Free Arts Days are back in full swing! From Hope & A Future’s Christmas Party to helping Neighborhood Ministries celebrate their 40th Anniversary, Free Arts is making its way back into the community to support and serve children.
Just in December, we had the privilege of creating magical experiences with four different partners, serving over 2,150 children. With the help of Positive Network Alliance, Free Arts had the opportunity to assist children in making “Frosty hats” that expressed what makes them happy and brings them to life. At Neighborhood Ministries, children created winter wonderlands of their own inside snow globes, as well as bravery beads that allowed them to express their feelings with different colored beads.
We also partnered with Ballet Arizona’s Angel Night to bring some preproduction fun to their event. Children not only watched the beautiful performance of the Nutcracker but also had the chance to create a “wishing ornament” that expressed what they truly wanted for the holidays. Free Arts is excited about the future of Free Arts Days because they give children opportunities to make intentional art, and connect them with cultural art partners such as Ballet Arizona, Musical Instrument Museum, and so many more.