Windows on West Hollywood
Yes, we do windows! CEE is fortunate to share three large display windows at the intersection of La Cienega Boulevard and Melrose Avenue with other schools and children's organizations. Called Windows on West Hollywood (WoW) this ongoing project showcases the visual art works of children from a variety of organizations serving the families of West Hollywood and Los Angeles.
Display windows on the ground floor of The Center for Early Education’s upper elementary building are the perfect venue by which to share the talents of the city’s young artists with pedestrians and drivers crossing the busy intersection at La Cienega and Melrose. For those schools and organizations without prominent display locations of their own, Windows on West Hollywood offers a special and unprecedented opportunity to share accomplishments and foster understanding of the children and families of West Hollywood and Los Angeles.
WoW has received generous funding from The Frederick R. Weisman Philanthropic Foundation, City of West Hollywood Arts and Cultural Affairs Commission and The Center for Early Education.
For information about how your school or organization can display children's art work with WoW, contact Jessica Senn at email@example.com.
For information about funding WoW exhibits, contact Denise Martin, Director of Advancement.
LACMA Exhibits With WoW
The Los Angeles County Museum of Art joined the WoW celebration by exhibiting student work from LACMA art classes. Check out their NexGen newsletter to find out more.
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