Firehouse Art Center’s Art Attack program is designed especially for children living at Casa de la Esperanza, a residential community dedicated to helping agricultural workers and their families. During the school year, 4-12 students are involved in weekly classes that explore creativity, group acceptance, cooperation, project planning, and exposure to varied ways of art creating.  The purpose of Art Attack is to provide a space to create outside the classroom setting, while still providing structure and access to instruction and feedback.