For more than 20 years, ArtReach has provided high-quality year-round, community-based art education to children ages 5-18 living in underserved areas of Indianapolis. This free afterschool and summer studio art program serves approximately 1,000 youth at 26 sites annually. During their semester-long ArtReach class, students learn art-making, art history, art criticism and aesthetics and gain valuable self-confidence and self-expression along the way.
Every spring ArtReach students are invited to exhibit their artwork at the ArtReach Exhibition. The artwork they’ve created is professionally displayed in the Art Center’s Hurt and Clowes galleries for their friends, family, and community to see.
2015-2016 ArtReach Funders:blank space
|Major funding of this program provided by the Eugene and Marilyn Glick Foundation
The Glick Fund, a CICF Fund
William Randolph Hearst Foundation
Ruth Lilly Philanthropic Foundation and United Way of Central Indiana
|Other sponsors include: