Interactive art event!

Photos by Victor Bearpark, Julia Kozlov, Barb Snelgrove, Julian Bowers, Miko Philip, Kat Thorsen.

Together we can increase participation in the arts

I LOVE SEEING WHAT PEOPLE DO TO MY ART DESIGNED SPECIFICALLY FOR AN EVENT!  By adding and changing they make it their own!

Photo by Julia Kozlov

At my events in June, the subjects of portraits I had started were in attendance.  The portraits were lined on the walls and art supplies were made available.  The attendees finished the portraits during the events as part of a large interactive art therapy session celebrating the subjects and celebrating freedom of expression!!!  At first I worried no one would dare add to the portraits.  Needless to say, my worries were unwarranted!!!

EVENT 1: heroes with heART June 23:

See also:

Post-mortem findings

Art event feedback

Evolution of a portrait

 

EVENT 2: Art Hairapy 

I strive to give to others a sense of sacredness, because an art event is not just a formal fact but also a moment where you put a mark on your dedication. You must have a feeling of joining a tribe where there is the stick of command, because you are in a sacred place with its rules. – Enzo Cucchi

     

       

Audience development, community dialogue and promotion of your cause through interactive art events

Read more about the YOUTHCO event at: TOOLS FOR CHANGE CAMPAIGN LAUNCH

DRAWN TOGETHER BY POST STREET LAUNCH 2013:

*Hosted by Anna T Fabulous

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