DAREarts has unveiled a new name, logo, and strategic plan as part of an extensive brand renewal initiative. Under the new name Thrive Youth, the non-profit organization will focus on enhancing the company’s service models to offer more frequent and in-depth points of engagement for Canadian youth.
Three winners from Toronto, Etobicoke and Webequie First Nation were selected for their actions taken to affect change in their own lives and their communities.
As part of DAREarts’ ongoing work with teacher Justin Borsato’s grade 6/7 class at Britannia Elementary School in Vancouver’s downtown eastside, students worked with DAREarts… Read More »Honouring Indigenous Voice & Resilience: Painting Together at Britannia ES
An inside look at the creative process of YLI cohort Capital6ix, who are working to increase awareness and education about homelessness.
An inside look at the creative process of YLI cohort Project CLICK, who are working to promote changes the education system.
2020 Annual general meeting November 23, 2020 | 12:00pm – 1:00pm | Online The Members of the DAREarts Board of Directors are pleased to announce… Read More »Join us for our 2020 Annual General Meeting
At DAREarts, we’re firm believers in the power of the arts in creating positive change in communities. We see this power at work every day… Read More »Using the arts to take action against diabetes