arts for life’s journey
What is a Mobile Arts Program?
In the fall of 2017, we were thrilled to launch a new initiative called – MAP: Mobile Arts Program. The mission of this new venture is to enrich lives by bringing engaging creative experiences to individuals who have limited access to arts opportunities.
The Mission of MAP
We have seen first-hand how life changing the arts can be, yet many in our own communities have limited access to participate due to a variety of social, economic and physical factors. We have been partnering with area social service organizations to provide workshops in art, movement, music and writing to clients and residents free of charge.
Some of our partners include:
- The Path Center (Homeless Shelter and Services)
- Fairlawn Haven
- House of Ruth (Domestic Violence Shelter)
- Adriel Foster Care
- Art at the Laundromat
- Hospice Grief Camp
- New Horizons Academy
- Art Workshops with area veterans
- Art Club at East Gardens
- Community Health Professionals
- Riverview Senior Living
- Other programs by request
We have plans to expand our program to other regional partners.
Under the direction of our Board President Diane Tinsman, MSW, LISW and a wonderful group of art instructors and volunteers, we are excited to share this new program.
- Bonnie McMullen – Music and Movement Instructor
- Robin Webster – Visual Art Instructor
- Francisco Torrez – Visual Art Instructor – The Path Center
- Jessica Flores – Visual Art Instructor
- Lindsay Gordon – Visual Art Instructor
- Emily Politz – Visual Art Instructor
- Deb Spieles, RN, BSN – Visual Art Instructor
- Numerous volunteers
Want to help with the Mobile Arts Program?
- Contact Diane Tinsman at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to volunteer, teach, or have a suggestion for a partnership opportunitiy
- Donate any art or craft supplies
- Financial contributions to MAP will help maintain this program.
MAP programming is made possible in part by a grant from the Ohio Arts Council.
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