Frostig Families Celebrate Student Creativity at Evening with the Fine Arts

The Frostig School - An Evening with the Fine Arts

Frostig School students displayed an impressive collection of art work at the school’s annual Evening with the Fine Arts.

The student sculptures, paintings, mosaics and masks were created over the course of the school year. The students took their inspiration from an international mix of traditions, including African masks, Chinese brush painting, Swedish Dala horses, Oaxacan carvings and Peruvian mola panels.

Family members, friends and staff enjoyed a casual dinner in the school yard before entering Gates Hall to view the art work. Some of the pieces were for display only while others were for sale.

Frostig School offers a strong arts program that includes studio art, music, drama and film. As a school for children with learning differences, Frostig employs a variety of teaching strategies to engage students and develop their strengths. The arts are powerful learning tools because they allow children to express themselves, develop new skills and excel in school.

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Frostig School is part of The Frostig Center, a non-profit organization in Pasadena that strives to improve the lives of children with learning differences through an integrated program of research, professional development and community outreach, and education. Frostig School offers a full range of academic and support services for children with learning disabilities (such as dyslexia, dyscalculia, dysgraphia and auditory processing disorders), high-functioning autism and ADHD. Frostig School enrolls children who live throughout the greater Los Angeles area.

For additional information about The Frostig Center or school call (626) 791-1255 or visit our website at



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