When you meet a child, any child, who hasn’t been exposed to the arts, it shows. In the United States, it’s showing:
Our children’s artistic diet consists of four hours of television and video games, every day.
By age fourteen, America’s youth have witnessed an estimated 12,000 simulated murders.
The time spent watching violent and degrading images, sandwiched between commercials pandering to the lowest common denominator in humanity, take their toll – our country’s children have the world’s highest teenage suicide and murder rate.
Most makers of video games, television shows and motion pictures don’t care about our children’s future; they care about one thing and one thing only.
At Jarrett Productions we do care, very much about our children, our schools and the arts. If you do as well then contact us. Together we can change things.