​Our Goal is to raise money to assist and develop our young artist to run their own business with your help.

(All donations are tax deductible).

​Arts education funding to our school systems from state and federal government continues to decrease and opportunities for youth to engage in healthy and positive vehicles for promoting creative thinking, self-esteem, and development of problem-solving skills are needed. AMP Community Arts is committed to “bridging the gap” between the arts curriculum provided in schools and the need for arts education that exists with our community’s youth.

​16 year old Dimitra Milan's paintings reflect a dreamy world where anything is possible and fearless subjects harmoniously coexist.
A celebrated artist by the age of 15, Dimitra Milan’s extraordinary paintings can be found in private collections across the U.S. and Europe. Born into a family of established artists, Dimitra has been developing her style and ability from a very young age at the Milan Art Institute in Arizona, founded by her parents, Elli and John Milan. Whimsical and surreal, Dimitra expresses herself through rich color and bold designs. Her original art can be found in fine art galleries in Arizona and Hawaii.

Giving back to charitable causes continues to be an important part of Dimitra’s work as an emerging artist. Her paintings are regularly donated to non-profit organizations that advocate against human trafficking and "Comfy Cozies 4 Chemo" which provides assistance to families and children with cancer. Through an intensive home school program, Dimitra graduated 2-years early from high school, allowing her to focus full-time on her art career. Dimitra currently lives in Arizona with her family, and travels regularly to Hawaii and international destinations to experience the world and gain new inspirations. When Dimitra isn’t traveling, she can be found at home outside of Phoenix either painting in her studio, or riding her horse in the picturesque Southwest outdoors.

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"Our Young Poets need exposure."