Mosaic Makers was featured in the September 2016 issue of Roland Park Living. View PDF here.
Mosaic Makers received a grant to take art to underserved communities. Kids were elated to make mobiles, yarn monsters, masks, mandalas! Art for everyone!! We made visits to the Goodnow Pal, Cherry Hill homes, Family Recovery Center, and Kaboom in Belair-Edison.
Patterson Park High School has one of the highest number of immigrant & refugee students in Baltimore City. All programs at Patterson were funded by Everyday. A real international school!
Mosaic Makers worked with staff and patients from the Glenwood Life Treatment Center to create this beautiful tree, a symbol of growth and change.
This summer, Mosaic Makers worked with volunteers and members of the community in W. Baltimore to created a memorial to Oscar Torres, a 15-year old who was shot to death on Memorial Day, 2014. Oscar was caught in gunfire.
Mosaic Makers worked with students from Gilmor Elementary School to mosaic two of their designs on the side of the playground.
Mosaic Makers worked with members of Gilmor Homes public housing community in June, following the Freddie Gray trauma, which took place in their neighborhood. We created graffiti boards for them to express their feelings, and had a visit from a real graffiti artist.
Rebuilding Baltimore is a nonprofit organization devoted to coordinating a massive clean – up , house repair , And other projects with hundreds of volunteers. They select two neighborhoods a year. One each in the city and the county. This year’s neighborhood was Woodbourne McCabe, situated off York Road south of Govans. Mosaic Makers partnered …
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.