In the summer of 2013, Free Arts for Abused Children of Arizona wrapped up the summer camp series in the usual way. Having served more than 200 children and teens that summer at Multicultural Arts Camp, Theater Camp, and Hip
When Free Arts purchased 352 E Camelback we knew the building needed some love and attention. Little did we know what a significant project it would become. With the help of Free Arts’ alumni, volunteers, board, and staff; architecture firm
By: Jessica Flowers, Free Arts Program Director In 2007, I was hired to coordinate the Weekly Mentor Program at Free Arts. As a part of my training, I led my own weekly mentor group and visited countless mentors to observe
Free Arts for Abused Children of Arizona held a Mission Art! Watercolor Workshop on Wednesday, May 15 at the Scottsdale Artists’ School. The event brought together a small group of caring adults including volunteer mentors, donors, and community members. Longtime
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