No other art event celebrates the achievements of ALL Caddo Parish Students better than ArtBreak and it’s Very Special Arts Festival (VSAF). Where some see challenges, ArtBreak and VSAF see Artists with exceptionalities who exemplify possibility, excellence and unimaginable talent.
ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Exhibit Booths 5A. Southfield 6A. Midway 6B. Oak Park Microsociety 7A. First Baptist Church 7B. A.C. Steer 7C. CREDO Homeschool 8A. Herndon Magnet 8B. Creswell 8C. Werner Park 8D. St. Mark’s Cathedral 9A. Cherokee Park 9B. Eden Gardens 9C. J.P. Timmons 10A.
As far back as the Renaissance, scientists who were artists (or vice versa) have been changing the world with their voracious curiosity and their collaborative thinking. Leonardo Da Vinci understood that science and innovation needed Art to visualize concepts.
Orchestras and educational groups throughout the country have utilized Sergei Prokofiev’s “Peter and the Wolf” to introduce students to classical music and the symphonic experience. The story, along with the sounds of the symphony orchestra, captivate young audiences.
As the 2017-18 school year began, students ages 14-18 from across Louisiana were invited to find a story, a teacher/ sponsor and a team to make a 3-10 minute film and to submit their script for the competition no later than January 19, 2018 to filmprizejr.
The staff at the Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse of NWLA (CADA) has pretty much seen it all when it comes to addiction. They’re aware that “knowledge is power.” They know how important evidence-based information is for people with addiction and their families because they see the powerlessness and damaged lives stemming from lack of knowledge.