My mission is to enrich the lives of all youth by bringing high-quality, hands-on, culturally rich, mobile arts programming into the heart of any neighborhood. So, all young people can have the opportunity to benefit from The Artmobile, mobile arts programming, no matter where they live. The Artmobile Summer Program was just completed in Franklinton and Hilltop. The program occurred … Read More
Hello, Thank you so much for your generous support for my Lanterns for Peace project. This project was a terrific success and far exceeded my expectations. I was deeply moved by the public’s response to the installation and awed by their thoughtful and varied written responses on the lanterns. The atmosphere created by the installation was uniquely magical, quieting, and … Read More
PFW reaches across the nation! On August 12-13 the NCRC&DC handed out hundreds of packages of free seeds of perennial and annual wildflowers that provide forage for native bees and honeybees. They explained the needs that bees have for multi-season blooms to forage nectar and pollen, water to drink, nesting areas, and safety from pesticides. Bee houses could be had … Read More
Hello Everyone (please come and bring someone): Reminding all Central Ohio residents of the Concert this Sunday, August 6, 6:00 p.m. at the Columbus State Band Room in the TLC, at the corner of Mount Vernon Avenue and Cleveland Avenue. See attached flier, free parking in employee lot to the north of the building. Free admission. Thank you to Puffin … Read More
United Nations Day Celebration of Global Goals and Local Leaders Ms. Tara Chadwick, a Community Relations Consultant and Teaching Artist has been recognized and will be honored by the Broward County Chapter, Board of Directors of the UNITED NATIONS ASSOCIATION OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA AND THE UNITED NATIONS FOUNDATION* FOR HER WORK ON SUNDAY, OCTOBER 22ND IN DAVIE, … Read More
The “Before” Site: Old play structures have been removed and the site cleared for 200 volunteers to build and install new equipment for the kids. Next week on Aug. 10 we are building a new playground for local kids! Can you help? Sign up to volunteer or donate to the Go Fund Me campaign to help meet the match of our … Read More
PFW PROVIDED ALL FUNDING FOR DIVERSITY VENDORS TO SELL THEIR WARES REPRESENTATIVE OF THEIR NATIONALITY OR THEIR ARTISTRY AT THE PEACE VILLAGE AT THE COMMUNITY FESTIVAL IN COLUMBUS. WE SHARE WITH YOU WHY PFW DOES WHAT IT DOES WHEN IT CAN.
Young Playwrights’ Theater’s Silence is Violence: What Now? in February. This event reached over 250 people, through creative writing workshops with first- and second-generation immigrant students and a two-night performance of student work performed by student and professional actors. The performances were in Washington D.C.