Over my time working at Enoch Pratt Free Library, I have brought Art Way Alliance into the library for a number of various programs, and I have always been blown away by how well received they are by the young people that come into the library. AWA artists are patient and very enthusiastic, and their endless willingness to teach youth skills in STEAM areas is crucial in today’s every changing technological landscape. They easily assess the needs of those they are providing instruction and actively engage the youth in ways that show they truly care about education.

~ Justin Switzer, Teen Librarian at Southeast Anchor Library, Enoch Pratt

Below is a list of the non and for-profit businesses that we partner with.

Please support them! 

Call That Art - family gallery

Comic Cupcakes - merging sweets and superheroes

Creator Con - A fusion of tech, art, music, and gaming

 

Boys and Girls Club of Berwyn Heights - Operates in the spirit of the national Boys and Girls Club movement by seeking to create a healthy and constructive environment for the youth in our community.

Patriots Technology Training Center - A non-profit in Maryland who makes it their mission to increase the number of students (5th - 12th graders) entering science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). 

Video Gamers United (VGU-Con) - Organized by Press Play, Video Gamers United (VGU) Con is a new con for gamers in the DC area.  

Third Eye Comics - A premier comic book store that has everything you can ever wish for, and then some. 


AWA Official Program Supporters

Martin Luther King Library                                       Washington County Public Library System                                           Concerned Black Men 

Enoch Pratt Library                                                                                     Geppi's Entertainment Museum