The ARTS - while important to study, for their intrinsic value, also promote skills seen as important in academic and life successes. The top 10 skills that children learn from the arts are: ● Creativity; ● Confidence; ● Perseverance; ● Problem Solving; ● Focus; ● Non-Verbal Communication; ● Receiving Constructive Feedback; ● Collaboration; ● Dedication; and ●Accountability.
Please join us in our continuing efforts to provide quality arts education experiences by supporting Foluké Cultural Arts Center's SaturdayArts Program: a day of dance, drumming, theatre, music, and visual arts during the school year in Cleveland's Central Promise Neighborhood.
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Dance Presentation at Town Hall Meeting at CMHA-Outhwaite Community Center, co-hosted by Promise Neighborhood, Sisters of Charity Foundation and the Cleveland Municipal School District.
The mission of this non-profit community-based organization is to offer exposure to and instruction in the performing arts, visual arts, and arts education for all ages regardless of race, religious affiliation, or economic background. The concept is based on choosing ART as weapon against poverty, racism, and discrimination. The goal is to provide youth positive alternatives to neagative behaviors by instilling self-pride and boosting self confidence through self-expression, self-discovery, and discipline.
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