Venice Paparazzi was on the scene at A Window Between Worlds’ Art in the Afternoon. In photo above AWBW’s Founder and Executive Director, Cathy Salser, GHannelius, and the rest of the Disney Channel crew.
Event details: On Saturday, May 7 from 12-4pm, A Window Between World’s celebrated 25 years of creativity and healing by holding Art in the Afternoon. The popular annual art festival was held at theVenice Skills Center. Hosted by G Hannelius, known for her starring role in “Dog with a Blog” and co-emceed by Beth Littleford, best known as a correspondent on “The Daily Show,” the event brought out multiple teen celebrities, as well as families from all over Los Angeles.
It was a great time had by all. Art Food, drink and activity sponsors included: Sprinkles Cupcakes, In-N-Out Burger, Panda Express, Hoop it up, Super Cool Creamery, Aquarium of the Pacific on Wheels.
All proceeds benefit A Window Between Worlds, a nonprofit organization based in Venice celebrating its 25th Anniversary. AWBW is dedicated to cultivating and supporting a network of transformative arts programs that empower individuals and communities impacted by violence and trauma. To learn more about the organization visit awbw.org.
Additional community supporters of Art in the Afternoon include: NBC/Universal, Google LA, intent.com, The Art Institute of California – LA.
VIEW PHOTO HIGHLIGHTS BELOW BY VENICE PAPARAZZI
AWBWs Audrey Salzburg, GHannelius, AWBW’s Founder and Executive Director, and AWBW’s Lindsay Merfed
Councilmember Mike Bonin hanging out with Shrek. Fun!
Ice cream made on the spot! Fun!
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED on the third Saturday of each month! AWBW holds a Volunteer Day on the third Saturday of each month – the purpose of these days are to help with a variety of tasks that can include mailings, art supply sorting, project preparations and decorating envelopes. Volunteers are welcome to come to these whenever their schedule permits. RSVP by calling 310-396-0317. A delicious pizza lunch will be served. And don’t forget to bring some art supplies to donate! For more info on A Window Between Worlds, visit www.awbw.org