In The News

Local Students Design Cool Shades to Raise Money for Art Programs
by: Danielle Radin - NBC San Diego - 5/04/2018

Hundreds of 4th and 5th-grade students all over San Diego competed for a chance for their sunglasses designs to be turned into pairs and sold for a good cause.
The company Knockaround hosted the contest, with 100 percent of proceeds from sales of the shades going to ArtReach, which helps bring art programs to underfunded K-12 schools.


San Diego Arts Nonprofits on the Ground
by: Chad Deal - San Diego Reader - 2/04/2018

When school budgets are cut, arts are often the first program to go. To address this ongoing and ubiquitous issue, sisters Judy Berman Silbert and Sandi Cottrell founded ArtReach in 2007, which today provides free and fee-based supplemental art classes — with the help of a small administrative staff and eight teaching artists — to 26 K–6 schools countywide, or more than 30,000 local youth to date.


ArtReach San Diego keeps kids in the picture
by: Karla Peterson - Union Tribune - 11/27/2017

Maybe it is the simple joy of opening a new box of crayons. Or the triumph of drawing a horse that really looks like a horse. Maybe it is the feel of clay in their hands or the satisfying splat of paint hitting paper.


Bright Idea Behind Sunglasses Designed by Ramona Student
by: Laura Groch - San Diego Union-Tribune - 4/27/2017

Learn about the Knockaround Sunglasses and ArtReach collaboration called “Class Acts,” and meet Lilli Hayes, this year’s winning student designer.


Sue Palmer And The Shenanigans Headline Upcoming Benefit for ArtReach
by: Paul Hormick - San Diego Troubadour - 2/01/2017

Meet the behind the music at the musical benefit at the Music Box that supports the ArtReach Access to Art Program


Jefferson elementary school students create art to support ArtReach Program

Jefferson elementary students create seascapes to support ArtReach fundraising efforts at Party ARTy 2016.


Reaching kids through art
by: Deborah Sullivan Brennan - San Diego Union-Tribune - 8/04/2015

ArtReach Co-Founder Judy Berman Silbert talks one-on-one about ArtReach.