Our Mission is to bring top quality arts programs and experiences to children in underserved communities in order to improve their quality of life, academic success and future prospects. 

​​We bring artists, educators and community organizations together in order to create impactful and evidence based arts programs for children and communities in underserved areas.

We are committed to constant evaluation and research into the effectiveness of our work and effects on our children and their communities in order to permanently shift the inequity of access to arts education and education  resources in the United States of America. 

Mindful evaluation of ours, and related programs​ is the evidence we require to ensure every child has access to the education they deserve.
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A 501(c)(3) Chariatable Organization

Arts Bridging the Gap

Our work is deeply rooted in the knowledge that children are all capable of incredible things they just need the resources and to believe in themselves.
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We want to thank the Chamber for this honor and are so grateful for a day to speak on behalf of all of our children.
The most exciting part of this recognition for us is the credibility and  possibility this opens up to do more good for our kids. And if you want to hear Georgia talk about why that is so very important you can watch here:


To read more updates on Arts Bridging the Gap - visit our blog HERE


Illuminating a bright path for all children

By improving academic results and

self efficacy of  children through

arts edu-experiences.

​​We involve local communities in​ all the work we do - art is made to be shared and its power to transform those communities is awe inspiring.

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We are not usually the type to sell our own press but... We are very excited to say we have been officially acknowledged by the California State Assembly, The US House of Reps and the LA City Council for our work with children. As part of the United Chambers of Commerce Inspirational Women's Luncheon our founder Georgia VanCuylenburg was given the chance to speak about the importance of giving our communities a voice, of having everyone know their story and of everyone doing what they can to change that story.