A Window Between Worlds (AWBW) presents Art in the Afternoon, an annual family fun festival with art workshops, musical performances, live & silent auctions, face painting and more.

The event aims to support the expansion of AWBW’s healing art programs across the country and announces the organization’s new mission.

Hosted by actress G. Hannelius (Disney Channel’s “Dog with a Blog”), additional expected guests include: Landry Bender (“Crash & Bernstein”), Regan Burns (“Dog with a Blog”), Joey Bragg (“Liv and Maddie”), Francesca Capaldi (“Dog with a Blog”), Sabrina Carpenter (“Girl Meets World”), Cameron Boyce (“Jessie”), Beth Littleford (“Dog with a Blog”), Kayla Maisonet (“Dog with a Blog”), Peyton Meyer (“Girl Meets World”), Blake Michael (“Dog with a Blog”), “Mick” The Dog (“Dog with a Blog”), Danielle Soibelman (“Dog with a Blog”), Tenzing Trainor (“Liv & Maddie”) and more.

Since 1991 A Window Between Worlds (AWBW) has provided art as a healing and empowering tool for individuals living in domestic violence shelters to rebuild their lives and end the cycle of violence. Art offers a window to a new world in which violence, shame and silence are replaced by safety, healing and hope. For the participants in the workshops, art acts as a reminder of the power they have to create change for themselves and their communities. In 2013, AWBW reached over 19,000 women and children at 296 sites throughout Los Angeles and 28 states nationwide.

  • WHERE: Venice Skills Center
    611 5th Avenue
    Venice, California 90291
  • WHEN: Sunday, May 4th 2014

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