Clockwise from top left: Civil War Video Movie Night, Perkerson Elementary School; frame from "Blood & Heart:  A Love Story," broadcast on PeopleTV; frame from "Guns & Bullying," Arts for Social Justice program; flyer for exhibit at Hapeville Library: Teaching Artist Paula Larke and attendees, "Blood & Heart" reading at the Rosel Fan Recreation Center; display of student work, East Point Library; APAL at South Atlanta High School PTA meeting,; frame from "Blood & Heart"; Cleveland Avenue Library presentation (Teaching Artist Shelia Turner, center); Arts for Social Justice Exhibit, Cleveland Avenue Library; sharing of Scarf Project, Youth on the Move, McDevitt Center, Peoplestown.

One of APAL's Key Components is Witnessing, and APAL strives to share its work with fellow artists, fellow students, families, communities, and the public at large.  APAL has presented public events and mounted exhibitions of student work at public libraries across the southern Atlanta Metropolitan Area; held culminating performances at schools and community centers; and provided an hour-long video for broadcast on public access television for three months, reaching thousands of audience members.

Serving Atlanta Area Schools and Educators since 2001