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Tashia Mayo

High School Student and member of T.R.A.C.

The Roots art CONNECTION GALLERY

The Roots Art Connection has began a large project here in Central Arkansas, The House of Art. The House of Art is located at 108 E. 4th Street in the Argenta Historic District of North Little Rock.

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 upcoming project

Connect & Interact

with members of your community and motivate all youth through positive activities and projects involving creative expression.


Since 2012, The Roots Art Connection has passionately devoted its energy and time to helping youth through out the United States. Many of today's youth face overwhelming challenges that they are not able to overcome by themselves. This is the reason we try to help them have a well rooted foundation of knowledge, confidence, and creativity; we also offer compassionate leaders to help guide them.


Find out how you can contribute to the future of our youth by joining or volunteering at one of our programs or events. Remember before the tallest building or largest tree can stretch to amazing heights it must first have a strong foundation.

bUY BACK THE BLOCK

"Neighborhood Revitalization"

Since 2012, The Roots Art Connection has passionately devoted its energy and time to helping youth through out the United States. Many of today's youth face overwhelming challenges that they are not able to overcome by themselves. This is the reason we try to help them have a well rooted foundation of knowledge, confidence, and creativity; we also offer compassionate leaders to help guide them.


Find out how you can contribute to the future of our youth by joining or volunteering at one of our programs or events. Remember before the tallest building or largest tree can stretch to amazing heights it must first have a strong foundation.

October 2015, in North Little Rock Argenta Art District, we made history creating the first mural in the city of North Little Rock, Arkansas. This mural was led by nationally known artist, Angela Davis Johnson and assisted by Jose Hernandez and Alomas Kuyios.

Buy Back the Block is our newest project which is designed to make places that have been abandoned and  forgotten about beautiful again. We are going into the neighborhoods that are labeled the roughest with the highest crime and  poverty rates with the vision of beautifying and occupying old homes. These homes that we purchase and renovate will be available for low income artists in the community. The artists occupying these newly renovated spaces will engage in year round projects to continuously revitalize these neighborhoods with art; murals, gardens, youth programs and more. Here soon we will also be working directly with the citizens of these communities to offer classes on how to become home owners and how to be more active and responsible citizens.

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Starve "No More"

Every 3rd Saturday

This project is designed to help alleviate hunger. We plan to feed 100 homeless citizens.