Let’s zoom in on a captivating scene in our tapestry – “How I want to – Omar & Rowan,” a project featuring the incredible talents of children and youth from the After School Arts Program (ASAP) in collaboration with the talented artist educator, Mother Tareka.
This piece is more than just a creative expression; it is a statement about the right “to know about and practice my culture” as expressed by children and youth in Hamilton as part of the Hamilton Charter of Rights of Children and Youth.
It is also a testament to the growth and expansion of Arts For All in the past years. This collaboration celebrates the richness of culture and individual expression, weaving a melody that resonates with the heartbeat of our community. It’s a testament to the transformative power of the arts in the lives of our young artists and the collective spirit that binds us all.
Mother Tareka featuring Today’s Family children and youth participants in the
After School Arts Program
The threads of our reach have extended, connecting regions and communities, and we’ve doubled our capacity for artists to deliver engaging, empowering arts programming. To continue weaving these creative threads into the fabric of our community, and to extend our reach to even more locations, we need your support. Your contribution enables us to go beyond, bringing the arts to new neighborhoods and communities.
Learn more about the Hamilton Charter of Rights of Children and Youth Here.
Fuel the Journey
In the past year alone, Arts For All has greatly extended its reach, bringing accessible arts programming to even more children and youth, connecting regions and communities.
Powered by people, materials and inspiration, we’ve doubled our capacity for artists to deliver engaging, empowering arts programming to even more neighbourhoods.
With this progress comes the need to fuel the journey and help make arts go round.Help us fuel this journeyround.Help us fuel this journey