Arts to Grow

Arts to Grow works with schools and community organizations in the NY/NJ metro area to provide art programs that change children's lives, inspiring them to love to learn and helping them discover their personal, intrinsic motivation.



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    It’s National Arts in Education Week! Did you know that the arts promote community involvement?

    Do the KIND thing and help us bring our proven arts programs to two new communities on our waiting list. Vote for us, then share our cause with your friends and neighbors!

    Join our Indiegogo campaign to help us reach more funders! Your support today will enable us to bring our proven arts enrichment programs to more underserved kids in the coming year. Share this post and donate now to help us reach our goal of raising $4,000 for a professionally-produced video to tell our story.

    Arts to Grow is a nonprofit arts education organization partnering with New York City metro area public schools and community-based organizations, bringing performing, visual and literary arts classes to inner-city students ages 5-18. All programs are studio-based and taught by professional Teaching Artists. ATG’s programs are offered free to kids right in their own neighborhoods.

    Expansion of Turnaround Arts Program Announced Today

    Expansion of Turnaround Arts Program Announced Today

    More children will soon have access to integrated arts learning. The President’s Committee on the Arts and Humanities (PCAH) announced today that its Turnaround Arts initiative is expanding from 8 to 35 underperforming schools across the country, with plans to increase the program to 60 schools.

    The Turnaround Arts initiative helps struggling “turnaround schools” improve student engagement and…

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    Arts to Grow Serves More Kids This Winter/Spring

    Arts to Grow Serves More Kids This Winter/Spring


    Photo Credit: Ulrik Pedersen

    This semester we are excited to continue adding new programs allowing us to provide opportunities for more kids:

    • Cypress Hills Local Development Corporation/IS 171, Cypress Hills Brooklyn will host two continuing programs this semester: Musical Theater at IS 171, where students in grades 5-8 will culminate a year long program with performances of an adaptation of In…

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    New Study Examines What Kids Want, Need in Arts Programs

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