Veterans Arts in Service program

New grant money is allowing the continuation of the Arts in Service program for 2020 and beyond. It’s a program that provides creative pathways for veterans and service members to use studio arts to help them in many ways, such as finding a supportive community, stress relief, working toward health and wellness or pursuing a career in art. Grants from the Boeing Company and the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community are helping the program continue. We’ll learn more from Mesa Arts Center Studios Manager Laura Wilde.

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