Restore Arts Brings UN Ambassador for Arts and Culture to Two Phoenix Schools

An amazing experience for A.M. Hamilton Elementary School and Brophy College Preparatory’s Loyola Academy when Restore Arts presented the UN Ambassador for Arts and Culture, Ibiyinka Alao . A native of Nigeria, Ibiyinka's artworks have been featured by the National Museum of Nigeria, the British Council, the Royal Netherlands Embassy, the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City, the Smithsonian Museum in Washington DC, The World Bank Headquarters in Washington DC, The United Nations Headquarters in New York City, the Harvard Business School in Cambridge, Massachusetts, the Empire State Building in New York City and the Martin Luther King center to name a few. In 2001, Ibiyinka was invite

Community Letter

To the Community...and specifically to Educators, Art-trepreneurs , Environmentalists and all that support thoughtful community practices, We Believe: Teachers need our help to achieve the near impossible list of responsibilities our well-meaning system has placed on the classroom. Individuals have unique learning styles that are strengthened by exposure to arts and teaching methods that engage creativity in order to connect learning much more significantly thus providing better comprehension and retention. When possible it is better for our environment and budget to reuse high quality, salvageable musical instruments rather than spend time, money, and natural resources for new products.

Restore Arts Launches After School Arts Programs at A.M. Hamilton Elementary School in Phoenix

We are thrilled to have been selected as the Arts Integration organization for A.M. Hamilton Elementary School in Phoenix. Through this relationship, Restore Arts will bring a variety of after school Arts and Music programs to the students of Hamilton. The "spark" that ignited this amazing opportunity came from a 7th grade student, Brandon Gutierrez, who had a passion to create a "hip-hop" experience with an anti-bullying theme that he could share with his fellow classmates. His energy and the fuel provided by his outstanding principal, Nicole Shamblin, built the fire that we responded to. With the help of our partners, The Be Kind People Project and the Arizona Rhythm Connection, both the h

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Phoenix Center for the Arts

1202 N. 3rd Street, Phoenix, AZ  85004


In colaboration with Maricopa Co Education Program locations :

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