On Saturday, May 12th, A Window Between Worlds’ annual art festival, Art in the Afternoon, took over the parking lot of Venice Skills Center. Hosted by actress and advocate G Hannelius (“Dog with a Blog”; “American Vandal”) the event was attended by over 500 people from across Los Angeles. Guests enjoyed a variety of art projects, carnival games, delicious food and drink, and many more activities.
Thanks to all the families, A Window Between Worlds (AWBW) supporters, and teen celebrities that came out to enjoy this fun-filled day, along with the corporate partners and event sponsors who made the event possible, Art in the Afternoon 2018 raised over $81,000. All in support of the power of creativity in healing!
Event proceeds allow AWBW to offer trainings, stipends, curriculum, and art supplies to program partners, along with fostering relationships with existing and new partners in Los Angeles and across the country.
About AWBW: A Window Between Worlds (AWBW) is a national nonprofit using art to help transform trauma.
A Window Between Worlds is a nonprofit organization dedicated to empowering individuals and communities impacted by violence and trauma through a transformative healing arts program.
AWBW’s VISION: A Window Between Worlds views art as a catalyst to release trauma, build resilience and ignite social change. When individuals create art in a safe community they can be heard and respected — replacing violence and shame with safety and hope. For more info, visit AWBW.org.