Arts in Service

Thanks to a generous grant from The Boeing Company, Mesa Arts Center is pleased to present Arts in Service, a program that will provide creative pathways for veterans and service members to use studio arts experiences in reaching their personal goals, whether those are finding a supportive community, stress relief, working toward overall health and wellness, or pursuing career interests in art-making. 


Join us to preview all of the Arts in Service classes on Saturday, December 15th from 10am-12pm for the Arts in Service Open House! All are welcome to attend. This event will feature a chance to see all the classes and pre-register before general registration opens on Monday, December 17th. The Arts in Service Open House will also feature kids activities, resource fair and more!


Studio art classes will be made available for free to veterans and service members. Questions? E-mail about Arts in Service opportunities.




“The Arts in Service program is valuable for many reasons. Being in a group of veterans who share the experience of military service is indescribable. Seeing my peers with service-related injuries, and stresses alongside me means many things. Not having to explain my experiences which define me and are, frankly, unrelatable to the majority of Americans is a relief... I feel comfortable to learn what I can, at my own speed.”  –Caryn Walsh, USAF Veteran 


Those Who Serve: Arts program helping vets reconnect -- 12News, May 4, 2018

Arts in Service has also been featured on Phoenix stations Arizona PBS/Cronkite NewsNBC12 and ABC15.                                                                      


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