This project’s goal was to encourage Headstart parents to get to know one another. 70% of the parents are Spanish speakers.
This was constructed with children at Moravia Park elementary school. The school has many immigrant children. The Baltimore kids and immigrant children were not getting along. This mural was an attempt to get to know each other better by creating art together. The mural is currently on display in a show at the Baltimore Clayworks.
Greetings, friends and colleagues of Mosaic Makers! We’ve been busy this year, and wanted to share our projects and accomplishments with you. Photos can be found on our website. This is MM’s 3rd year of creating art with impoverished neighborhoods, people with disabilities, and the nonprofits that serve them. MM started off the year with …
Created a large mural with young men and women who are involved with DJJ.
Partnered with Habitat for Humanity and Rebuilding Together Baltimore in working with kids to create a neighborhood sign.
CHOICE program is a community based family-centered approach to working with adjudicated youth.
A non profit program in Parkton, Md that brings kids from Baltimore communities to experience farm life.
A team building activity at Project Act’s yearly retreat. This Baltimore program works with individuals with disabilities.
We make something different each week at Jubilee Arts from 10-2 Tuesdays.