Building on the company’s engagement in West Dallas, ArtsBridge is supported by a grant from Toyota.
To best serve the vibrant West Dallas community, ArtsBridge programs are created with input from local groups and leaders.
ArtsBridge community partners include Anita Martinez Recreation Center, Wesley-Rankin Community Center, Jaycee Zaragoza Recreation Center, Boys & Girls Club West Dallas, West Dallas Multipurpose Center, Jesús Moroles Expressive Arts Vanguard, L.G. Pinkston High School, YMCA of Metropolitan Dallas, Voice of Hope Ministries, Dallas College West Dallas Center, West Dallas Chamber of Commerce, W.E. Greiner Exploratory Arts Academy, and LBU Community Clinic. Spanish-language broadcaster Univision 23 Dallas is the official broadcast media partner for ArtsBridge.
Thanks to the generosity of the McDermott Foundation and BMO Harris, ArtsBridge is expanding to South Dallas.
Renowned Mexican singer Aida Cuevas shared her story, and her band Mariachi Juvenil Tecalitlán led a musical master class, culminating in a performance by the award-winning artists as part of ArtsBridge — Powered by Toyota.
Our end-of-summer Baila offered kids the opportunity to dance the day away to the tunes of Havana NRG with guidance from members of the Alpha Midway Dance Studio Dallas. The event was made possible by ArtsBridge — Powered by Toyota.