National Program Provides Artistic, Cultural Opportunities For Tulsa Students

A national program created to give children more access and opportunities in the arts is thriving in Tulsa. Aleks Kitchens and Moises Echeverria from Any Given Child join us to share more about how it works.

Monday, February 12th 2024, 6:40 am

By: News On 6


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A national program created to give children more access and opportunities in the arts is thriving in Tulsa.

It's called "Any Given Child." It's partnered with Tulsa Public Schools for 11 years.

Aleks Kitchens and Moises Echeverria join us on the Arca Continental Coca-Cola Southwest Beverages Porch to share more about it.

Tulsa was the fifth city in the country to adopt this national initiative, and it's the first program of its kind in Oklahoma.

Partners of the program include Tulsa PAC Trust, Tulsa Opera, Philbrook Museum, Tulsa Ballet, and Tulsa Foundation for Architecture.

Each TPS class, Kindergarten through 8th grade, attends a different performance or experience each year.

CLICK HERE to learn more about Any Given Child. CLICK HERE for more information about Any Given Child-Tulsa.

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