P.S. Arts Express Yourself
|Parks and Rec's Adam Scott|
|Joel McHale of NBC's Community|
The 14th Anniversary of P.S. Arts Express Yourself was set as 40,000 square feet of arts, food and fun for kids of all ages at Santa Monica Airport's Barker Hangar.
Host committee included: Jason Bateman, Kristin Davis and George Kotsiopoulos along with guests and their families including: Julie Bowen, Lisa Kudrow, Adam Scott, Joel McHale, Jessica Capshaw, Rob Riggle, Kevin Nealon and SusanYeagley, Aaron Sorkin, Kim Raver, Mark Feuerstein, Amanda Righetti, Rachelle Begley, Jason and Randy Sklar, Megyn Price, Neal McDonough, Shawn Pyfrom, Demetri Martin, Matt Walsh, Dondre Whitfield and Salli Richardson, Dan Bucatinsky, Colin Ferguson, Robert Herjavec Sandra Taylor, Lenny Krayzelburg, Aubrey Aderson-Emmons, Tyree Brown, Charlotte Ross, Walton Goggins, Yara Shahidi, Sayeed Shahidi, Ryan Potter, Skye Jackson, and many
more to enjoy entertainment, arts booths, food and a fun-filled afternoon for the whole family at Barker Hangar in Santa Monica. 100% of tickets sales benefit P.S. ARTS.
Entertainment industry executives, influencers, celebrities and their families gathered at the Barker Hanger for an afternoon of family fun and participated in dynamic arts-related activities that spark the imagination. The afternoon featured a food fair with participating restaurants offering the flavors of the city from Il Pastaio, Lemonade, Pressed Juicery, Josie, M Street Cafe and Toscana plus dozens of experiential crafts and interactive arts booths featuring incredible projects. Guests were also able to
help by supplying the Paul Frank “Decorate an Apron Station and Art Supply Roundup” booth with sharpies, markers or crayons, sketchpads, glue sticks or art kits.
P.S. ARTS is a non-profit 501(C)(3) organization dedicated to improving children’s lives by bringing arts education to underserved schools and their communities. P.S. ARTS, which was originally founded as an outreach project of the Crossroads Community Foundation, benefits thousands of children in some of the most underserved neighborhoods in California. P.S. ARTS also offers
arts-related workshops for classroom teachers, integrating creative expression and the arts into the core curriculum. Recognized by local, county and state agencies as an outstanding arts provider, P.S. ARTS now serves as a national model, advocating arts for all students.