“Mentorship leads to equity, not only at our colleges and universities, but also later on in our workplaces, and in our communities as a whole.”
“It’s important to interrogate our biases and assumptions. And it’s important to remember that kids enact what they experience in the world.”
The wide-ranging projects and programs of this Louisville-based, independent nonprofit – from Classroom Innovation Grants to an Opportunity Fund – impact more than 31K local students and 4K educators each school year.
"We have 56 years’ experience delivering quality arts education programs to K-12 students, teachers, and communities through performing, visual, digital, and literary arts."