Wanda Wallace: Executive Director
Corporate Art Consultant, Wanda Wallace Associates

Nicole Warmsley: Program Director

Beatrice Jones: Program Director

Angela Briggs: Director of Art
Artist, Khatiti Art

Victorya Moultrie: Music Programs Director
Opera Singer

Robert Wright*: Chairman Emeritus
Marketing Executive, BMG Records

Rev. Don C. Wallace: President
Project Manager

Skye Cahill: Public Relations Officer

Cleo Hill Jackson: Executive Advisor/Publicity
Artist~Beauty Consultant

Ron Wallace: Vice President/CFO
Loan Underwriting Analyst, Auditor

Tami Marie Coleman: Production Design Chief
Educator, Singer, Artist

Curren D. Price Jr.: Honorary Advisor
Los Angeles City Councilman, 9th District

Dr. Cocoa Welton: Honorary Advisor
Founder, Moriah Institute

Pauline Morgan: Honorary Advisor
Pfizer, Inc.

La Greta McHenry: Advisory Board Member
Media/Broadcasting Consultant

Casey Mayberry: Advisory Board Member
Owner, SignMasters International

Carmen Buffin: Advisory Board Member
Owner, Hannibal Contemporary Designs

Debora Wright Henley: Advisory Board Member

Zachary Henley: Advisory Board Member

Douglas Wallace II: Advisory Board Member



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We are asking all participants in our various programs in the last 14 years to contact us and give your personal testimonial experience with our organization.

We are putting together a video project which will tell the Wallace Arts Foundation story.

Show your love and contact us through Facebook by posting a comment on our page, or send us an email:  wwaf2009@yahoo.com.

Thank you in advance for your participation, I am looking forward to hearing from you real soon!

Rev. Don, President


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Featured Artist:


Adolph "Kush" Simpson


Stay tuned for more information about this expressive and provocative artist, who uses his collages about the history of Black existence in the United States of America as a tool for healing in a community where Black people are killed, abused, denied opportunities available to others, misunderstood, and ignored.


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You will find many of our current activities on our Facebook page.  Come visit our page to see what's new and exciting with the Wallace Arts Foundation!  Look for information about our upcoming event happening in August 2016!




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The Wallace Arts Foundation, a 501(c)(3) non-profit community arts organization classified as a public charity under section 170(b)(1)(A)(vi), offers you the opportunity to fulfill your charitable giving requirements. 


Our Mission:

To bring visual and performing arts education programs to at risk youth in the Los Angeles metropolitan area.  This is part of keeping our larger commitment to the community by increasing access to arts instruction for these young people. 


The Wallace Arts Foundation desires to encourage youth that they can achieve their highest dreams and aspirations and uses art to instill confidence in youth. 


Our programs are set in an atmosphere that encourages ethical development in a safe and nurturing environment.


We provide guidance through the exploration of various art-related disciplines and occupations and the process of obtaining knowledge and information required for getting into art schools and colleges.


The community is strengthened because these young people receive educational and cultural benefits that empower, enlighten, and enhance their ability, as they develop their potential.


To date, we have provided instruction to over 3500 at risk children.   Please help us to continue to help these kids. 


The Foundationís programs are based on California State Content Standards for K-12 for visual arts & meet Title I eligibility standards.  We hold professional designated certificates to teach visual arts. 


Art education is recognized as a core curriculum subject, it enhances every aspect of a childís ability to learn and our objective is to make this available for at risk youth. 


No donation is too small.  Your support of the Wallace Arts Foundation helps by:

Underwriting our Budding Artist workshops

Funding our Artworks Net Club program

Funding costs for student field trips

Funding student scholarships

Our innovative programs help improve math, reading, and language skills, and develop cognitive skills in communication, critical thinking, problem solving, and cooperation.


Your generosity will assist us to continue providing quality programs and events to enhance the development of the artistic skills for the at risk youth of our community.  Your tax-deductible gift is appreciated now more than ever.  Everyone wants to be associated with success stories and your help provides positive changes in the lives of at risk youth.  Should you require specific information regarding this endeavor, I am available to meet with you at your convenience.  Please call me at (310) 419-0376.  We thank you in advance for your generous gift.  Remember, itís all about the development of our kids and securing our future!




Wanda Wallace

Founder and Executive Director


Rev. Don C. Wallace



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