Using the labor or art for social change. At the completion of the 2017 Community Art Camp, which focuses on outreach for underserved children. The Team of BeArtSee, local volunteers and the camps young artist will take the spirit of The Community Food Bank to express a visual story.
After turning an unused space into an art camp for 5 weeks the young artist would like to leave The Community Food Bank better than when camp started. It is the dream of young artist to take an ordinary wall and turn into a extradorniary piece of art. The young artist will be using their new tools of collaboration, being dynamic dreamers and consious creators onto the wall and turn it into a mural that will inspire future volunteers and clients of The Community Food Bank.
This project is being used to teach young artist how to take a small idea and scale it into a large reality. Accessing all the learning from 120 hours of art camp to tell their story of how a child with an open heART can become an amazing contributor to their world and the those they touch! Causing a paradigm shift for these young people from being labled as “Underserved” to consious creators serving others in our community! The children will work along side local volunteers who will be learning from the young artist how to use the labor of creating for social action. Be Art of this Story Donate now here: Community Food Bank Mural
Brandi Cottingham Established BeArtSee Non Profit with the intent to use the labor of creating art for social change. Become part of the story…your expression matters!
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