PM Attends ASL Meet and Greet. Commends organization for using art to better community

Cap: The Prime Minister of St. Maarten the Honorable Sarah Wescot-Williams attended the Art Saves Lives meet and greet with the artist at a reception at Holland House earlier this week. The Art Saves Lives Program (ASLP) is a cross-cultural exchange between youth in need and experienced practicing artists who seek to use their talents for positive change. This collaborative project will select renowned artists from around the world who use the arts to introduce participants to global and local traditions and empower them with the life skills necessary to effectively deal with the demands and challenges of everyday life. The project will also provide guidance for young artists with aspirations in pursuing a career in the arts. The Prime Minister again commended ASLP for their important work, stating that she hopes to see the program be successful and fruitful in empowering the youth through art. The Prime Minister also pledged her continuous support to the program, which is set to start this coming weekend