Youth of Nations: Project for the Arts
FINE &PERFORMING ARTS PRODUCTION COMPANY
Youth of Nations' Arts Live, the production company for Youth of Nations: Project for the Arts, since its recent inception, has produced several successful productions including concerts, visual art and fashion shows, dance and theater performances, as well as film and photography exhibits.
Recently, Youth of Nations' Director, Pamela Nolan, approached friends and colleagues, and fine and performing artists, to help provide creative input and direction in building-up the new performing arts production company, as well as artistic direction in establishing Youth of Nations' School and Studios for the Fine and Performing Arts. After extensive research and professional guidance, Director Pamela Nolan has created an artistic concept which concentrates on producing new and innovative work whilst training and nurturing creative talent and, as well, provides a postive outlet for at-risk youth and adults and specialized training in all areas of the arts for those who are hard-of-hearing.
In addition to the many other production services provided, Youth of Nations also maintains a creative space, the HOUSE of ARTS, which offers styling and design in body makeup, theatrical makeup, and hair artistry for special events, and for film, stage and photography productions.
located at: 207 North Ave. of the Arts
Fort Lauderdale, FL. 33311
contact: (954) 494-2661
At Youth of Nations' Arts Live we believe the heart of creating a successful production in any field of the media is a creative and harmonious collaboration between people who bring talent, expertise and experience to their craft.
Youth of Nations' Arts Live is a nonprofit production organization dedicated to building cooperative and collaborative relationships, between talented people with exciting ideas, in order to create challenging works of significant artistic value.
Through its dedication, Youth of Nations' Arts Live aspires to make a postive contribution to the arts and to society at large.