Online Arts Education & Resources

During this time of home education and social distancing, we hope you find these resouces helpful.
Find WPCA programming, along with resources for gaurdians and youth, in both english and spanish.

We will review things to do at home, resources during COVID-19, education and health, voting, how to help, and how to get assistance.

Things to Do!

WPCA Online and Summer Programming

Youth Empowerment Month

A month-long series of workshops where youth will explore identity, community, and self-advocacy through creative expression.

Supplies will be delivered by mail, along with weekly videos made by WPCA staff!
Registration is open!

Summer Art Camp

8 weeks of Summer Art Camp programming for ages 6 – 12. We’ll focus on a new theme and medium each week – everything from drawing to sculpture to puzzles!

Registration will soon be open!
Check out the link to learn what we’ll learn each week of camp!

Learn Something New

Navigating COVID-19

Health and Safety

Access

Employment

Education and Health Resources

Literacy and Learning

For Kids

Literacy in both English and Spanish

Free College E-Courses

Career Online High School

Milwaukee Public Library offers a scholarship program for Career Online High School (COHS). From this Online Instruction Center, you can:

  • Browse the career courses available
  • Enroll for Part 1: the COHS prerequisite career course
  • Enroll in Part 2: the full COHS program
  • Log-in as a student and access your classroom

English as a Second Language (ESL)

MPL offers resources for English as a Second Language (ESL) learners. Central’s Adult Study Center has various materials to improve one’s English.

Voting and Census

Voting

Census

How to Help!

Make a Donation

Need assistance?

211 Wisconsin

  • Referrals to specific agencies and organizations based on caller eligibility for you or your family.
  • Advocacy for callers struggling with language, comprehension, anxiety, and other barriers.
  • Crisis intervention for families in need of food, shelter, and natural disaster relief.
  • Follow-up with callers to ensure they are getting the help they need.
  • An up-to-date online database of community resources.

Dial 2-1-1, Text 898211, or visit www.211wisconsin.org 

United Way Relief Fund

United Way has a COVID-19 economic relief fund. They will help with bills, rent and food. You can call 1-866-211-9966 and provide your zip code. They will give you a list of local agencies to provide assistance. 

You can also visit their website: 

United Way has a COVID-19 economic relief fund. They will help with bills, rent and food. You can call 1-866-211-9966 and provide your zip code. They will give you a list of local agencies to provide assistance. 

You can also visit their website: 

Community Advocates

Community Advocates is concerned about the health and safety of those who access their services during the COVID-19 public health emergency. Therefore, they are temporarily closed to the public but will be offering services over the phone or by email.

Here’s how you can get in touch:

  • General Community Advocates information and questions: Call 414-449-4777. Your call will be returned within 24 hours. Or you can email us at this link and your message will be forwarded to the right department.
  • Milwaukee Women’s Center: Call 414-671-6140 any time of the day or night to speak to staff about your domestic violence concerns.
  • Milwaukee County Energy Assistance Program: All appointments will be conducted over the phone, not in person. Call 414-270-4653 to schedule your appointment.
  • FSET: Call 414-290-7700 regarding this program.
  • After hours and on weekends, please call Impact at 2-1-1 for services.

Artist Relief Fund

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Walker’s Point Center for the Arts

Address:
839 S. 5th St.
Milwaukee, WI 53204
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Phone Number:
414.672.2787

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Hours

Gallery
Tues–Sat, noon–5 pm

Office
Mon–Fri, 10–5 pm