More than a dozen area youth from the Boys & Girls Club of West Monroe, LA took part in an interactive arts program, lead by noted artist Frank Kelley, Jr. last week.
Celebrating 17-years working with youth around the country, the Educational Arts Initiative Program reaches youth through art. Participants have fun while being educated about art, build their self-esteem and learn self-expression, while increasing their reading, writing and geometry skills.
Kelley works with private and public schools and youth organizations around the country, giving kids insight into artistic techniques and life lessons.
"My motto is 'If I can, you can too," says Kelley. To learn more about this program or bring this interactive arts program to your school or organization, contact 318-387-0043 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Learn more at http://www.frankkelleyjr.com/
EAIP Board Members :
Angie O'Pry Blades
The Youth Program was founded in 2001 and has served more than 2500 youth around the country.
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