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As we begin our 37th year, the Loft Artists Association would like to thank the City of Stamford and our patrons for their generosity which has enabled us to offer and develop our educational outreach to the community. Our programs are free and opened to the public - all made possible by grants and donations like yours.
Your contribution is extremely important to the LAA; it allows us to continue our collaboration with the community - offering art education opportunities and gallery exhibitions, high school and college student internships, children's events, studio tours, lectures, performance art and video presentations.
The LAA is always searching for new ideas and innovative ways to enhance the experience we bring to the public. Your commitment makes it all possible. Donate securely online and help us continue creative community art programs in 2015. Thank you for your ongoing participation and support. Our Year in Review
Artist, Paul Larson with children from Lathon Wider Community Center after school program
Programs created in the past include:
· LAA After School Workshops with elementary school age children from the Lathon Wider Community Center in the South End
· LAA After School and Weekend Workshops with Stamford middle school students from Domus’ Trailblazer Academy
· LAA Special Workshops with high school students from buildOn, an international nonprofit organization that runs youth service afterschool programs in United States high schools, and builds schools in developing countries
· LAA Special Tour, Workshop and Exhibit with children from Kids in Crisis
· Draw On!, a weekend drawing event for children and families from the community, in conjunction with the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum
· The Nutmeg Festival, a mentorship and development program for Stamford’s public high school students, in conjunction with The Ballet School of Stamford, Curtain Call and The Young People’s Philharmonic
· Summertime ART at the LAA, an 8 weekend art program for the underserved population of the South End of Stamford
Artist, Liz Squillace teaching a family weekend workshop