Art 4orms Foundation’s After School Art program is held Tuesday - Thursday from 3:30pm-6:00pm (Virtual option will begin at 4pm).
If you need art supplies for following along with these art lessons please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
ART 4ORMS Foundation exist to build and sustain generational access to art education for public school students. ART 4ORMS will utilize art education to expand career pathways and dismantle historical disadvantages placed on communities of color.
Art 4orms Foundation is Oklahoma's first Arts & Wellness nonprofit.
ART THERAPY FORUM
Art 4orms is humbled to partner with Tuesdai Johnson, who will serve as our lead presenter for our first Art Therapy forum. We see higher suspension rates and overall economic disparity for our black and brown students who attend North Tulsa Public Schools. Our long-term plan will effectively disrupt the student to prison pipeline by rooting all of our programming in art therapy philosophies. Tuesdai brings a wealth of knowledge to this topic to kickstart this conversation for our community.
Art 4orms will continue to be guided by our community, the National American Art Therapy Association (AATA) and local Art therapist chapters to advocate for Oklahoma licensure and improving the health outcomes for North Tulsa Public School students.
ART TALK SERIES
This event series will give Tulsa BIPOC visual artists an opportunity to craft a visual and verbal literacy experience to our community.
Community Art Talks: We will hold 4 Art Talks per year (broken into 4 quarters to correspond with the TPS Calendar)
In School Art Talks: Will be scheduled per the availability of artists who can visit the classroom in-person and/or virtually. All sessions will include a workshop for students to participate in at the close of the event.
Utilizing the arts to dismantle and disrupt historical barriers placed on communities of color.
To build and sustain generational access to art education for communities of color, starting with children
“If I know, then you know and we can grow together”