Lori Arbel is a mixed-media artist, creative coach, and from as early as five-years-old, Arbel knew art can build skills, engage a community, and heal. Arbel, who also helped students from Marjory Stoneman Douglas, has taught in NYC and South Florida schools and community spaces for 18-years while practicing as an artist.
On Episode 13 of the Boca Soul Connexion/BocaSoulX, Lori Arbel discusses with Nile Fortner, where she’s been featured, how she feels about art in Parkland and Boca, and her artistic background. Lori also shares with Nile the Marjory Stoneman Douglas students and other students she’s helped, museums, and more on this BocaFirst podcast episode.
If you’d like to go beyond our audio adventures, you may check out Lori Arbel on social media such as Facebook and Instagram and her website here.
Photo’s Courtesy of Opulence Creative Group and Melissa Sweredoski of Moments By Mel