Douglas has become a champion for Art Starts in the way he teaches and engages school aged children and families to reach a better awareness of themselves and their communities. His impact extends over 15 years, during which he’s facilitated numerous programs and played an imperative role in shaping the future of our youth participants.
Art Starts is celebrating 30 years in October 2022 and as a way to commemorate our past and future, we’re spotlighting our top 30 supporters. From artists to community members, these features will look at their meaningful contributions to our organization and visions for the future.
We are currently looking for a Community Program Manager to ensure the success of the art and mentorship programs we offer. The ideal candidate will have experience working in a community setting and have lived experience in this capacity.
We are looking for a positive role model, someone who has a desire to work with people in the Lawrence Heights, Oakwood and Eglinton and Neptune area.
After an 8-month temporary slowdown, we are thrilled to announce that we are ready to launch a new season of community arts programming. We have hired an amazing new Program Director and Program Coordinator and are gearing up some exciting digital programs for this winter. We would like to introduce you to Nicole Peña: Nicole […]
We are delighted to announce the appointment of Parul Pandya in the role of Program Director as of August 7th, 2019. Parul will be replacing current Program Director, Joel Reid, in his leave of absence for the next nine months. Parul Pandya has been skillfully working in non-profit in various roles throughout the past decade, […]
The Art Starts 2018 Showcase Exhibited The Inspiring And Diverse Artistic Works Of Its Community Art Programs With a new year just around the corner, we threw an end-of-the-year bash as a way of celebrating our past accomplishments and ringing in another successful year. Our 2018 Annual Showcase celebrated all the artistic achievements of our […]