Art is an important form of communication and an integral part of every student's education. Most children start out as visual communicators, which makes art one of their first opportunities to make their mark on the world. Art also creates social connections and allows children to communicate in powerful ways.
Join us for this insightful conversation on the transformative power of the arts for children.
Our speakers from the Children's Museum of the Arts (CMANY) will discuss concepts for delivering virtual arts programming and education to children during the pandemic. Our speakers from Yale Alumni Service Corps (YASC) will complement the discussion by providing commentary on the impact of the childrens' arts programming organized during YASC trips.
Founded in 1988 and located in the Manhattan neighborhood of SoHo, CMANY unites children and artists to create and share ambitious artwork with their communities and the world.