Art Pals offers a 13-week program in contemporary arts to more than 500 third graders in elementary schools where visual arts education has been reduced or eliminated. The curriculum was designed by the world-renowned Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art and is delivered by volunteer art educators. It incorporates art history discussions, hands-on activities and field trips to galleries and museums.
Art Bridges Culture
Volunteer art educators help public school third-graders explore the diverse cultures of Los Angeles through art, music, cultural artifacts, slides, discussion and hands-on art activities.
ABC students often use the concepts and vocabulary they have learned in the program to share their family traditions and stories on the playground.
For more information contact Rachel Resnick here or call 323.852.8505.
Change the Talk
Change the Talk is a peer-to-peer sexual violence education initiative for Los Angeles teens. We train high school students to conduct workshops in high schools and youth groups to educate their peers about sexual violence and consent. Change the Talk (formerly The Talk Project) is a project of the National Council of Jewish Women|Los Angeles.
For more information on Change the Talk and to learn about becoming a peer educator or bringing Change the Talk to your campus or youth group, click here.