Evolving Arts of America Partners with Network under 40 at Tongue & Groove Lounge ATL. Network under 40 who exist at the intersection of friendship and business. Network Under40 understand that we live in a connection economy, and the foundation to success in career and personal life hinges on genuine relationships with real people. They have events that are designed to help you build local community and turn transactional, tedious networking events into fun, meaningful experiences!
Our Executive Director Ramel Westry had the pleasure of representing Evolving Arts of America on Thursday, July 13th at Tongue & Groove Located in Buckhead. Evolving Arts had the opportunity to be a Nonprofit sponsor for Network under 40. In which Ramel stated that he had an Awesome time networking with representatives from different companies as well as sharing the work of our great cause.
Evolving Arts of America was given the opportunity to set up a table with brochures and giveaways to spread the news about our cause throughout the event. (Picture above)
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Photo's From Our First Fundraiser Gala which was a Huge Sucess Thank you to our Amazing Sponsors and Donors we could not do it with out you !
You are cordially Invited to Join us for Evolving Arts of America Fundraiser Art Gala on December 19th 2015 at 7pm. Come take part in the festivities Open Bar, Hors d'oeuvres and Silent Auction. With Special Guest Artist Messiah Joshua & Tru Osborne come one, come all and bring a guest.
Where: The Loft @ 150 West 83 Street, New York, NY 10024
All Proceeds for the evening will benefit Evolving Arts of America a 501c3 organization. Your donation is tax deductible to the full extent of the law.
As part of the President's Committee on the Arts and the Humanities, Michelle Obama gave $10,000 of funding support to 12 art programs in the U.S. and one in Honduras. The National Arts and Humanities Youth Program Awards partner with three agencies to provide this needed funding yearly.
Ideally, the arts would be more inclusive with a school’s curriculum, but this often isn’t the case. These awards are part of a mission to expose the creativity and talent of countless young people that often goes unnoticed for a variety of reasons, many of which stem from financial barriers.
The arts will forever be important because it’s about much more than having fun. It’s been proven more than once that kids who participate in art programs tend to do better in school and develop skills that benefit them throughout life.
Five mental benefits of art include:
Fun fact: We all love music, and training for it can change the way a young person’s brain operates. Psychology Today explains Harvard MD, Gottfried Schlaug has shared that "listening to and making music is not only an auditory experience, but it is a multisensory and motor experience.”