Feed Your Kids the Arts

The arts are enriched with the stuff kids need to succeed. Just like kids need to have good nutrition on a daily basis, kids need to have their daily serving of the arts. Studies have shown that involvement in the arts helps kids increase test scores and promotes academic achievement. Kids who are involved in the arts are:

  • 4 times more likely to be recognized for academic achievement
  • 3 times more likely to be elected to class office within their schools
  • 4 times more likely to participate in a math and science fair
  • 3 times more likely to win an award for school attendance

Chances are, though, that your kids are not getting enough art—in or out of school. "The Arts. Ask for More." public service advertising (PSA) campaign is designed to educate parents and citizens on why the arts are essential to a child's development and empower them to get more art into kids’ lives, both in and out of school.

Get Involved

Click here for 10 Simple Ways you can get more art into your child’s life.

Find an arts organization in your area to find out more about the arts and arts education in your community.

Get the facts on why an arts education is so important to your child’s development.

Print PSAs Still Available!
Click on the images below to check out the newest print PSAs now available for download, including "Raisin Brahms," "Elizabeth Barrett Brownies," "Tchaikovsky's Nut Crackers," and "Van Goghgurt".  Keep an eye out for them in publications in your area and across the country.


Raisin Brahms

Elizabeth Barrett

Nut Crackers

Van Goghgurt