The history of Young at Art goes all the way back to 1988, when Esther and Mindy Shrago started what they termed as "a museum without walls." Their vision was a response to the lack of arts education available for children in the local area.
Young at Art has since grown from a 3200 square foot storefront, to a LEED-certified, 55,000 square foot facility that includes both a library and learning center. Young at Art hosts a comprehensive educational curriculum that can be applied to field trips, summer camps, and classroom outreach programs. The facilities also host various special events and are equipped with outdoor facilities, like playgrounds and green space.
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