Joel Artista

Joel Bergner (aka Joel Artista) is an artist, educator and organizer of community-based public art initiatives with youth and families around the world. He works in acrylic and aerosol, creating elaborate paintings and public murals that explore social topics and reflect a wide array of artistic influences. Joel has facilitated community mural projects in Syrian refugee camps in the Middle East, juvenile detention centers in the US, and the shantytowns of Kenya, India and Brazil.

Anonymous Was A Woman

Anonymous Was A Woman is an unrestricted grant of $25,000 awarded each year to ten women artists over the age of 40 and at a critical junction in their career. Women Supporting Women ... As Natural As Breathing.

Elderly Grafitti

Lata 65 is a highly unusual urban art workshop in Lisbon, Portugal, that teaches elderly women the basics of street art.

Sleepy Tunisian Town

Er-Riadh, a small village off of the beaten tourist path on the island of Djerba in Tunisia, was paid a visit by an unlikely bunch of guests – 150 street artists from 30 countries around the world.

Palmitas, Mexico

In an unprecedented effort, Germen Crew and the government of Mexico joined forces to rehabilitate and beautify the district of Palmitas in Pachuca in Mexico. This project covers 20 thousand square meters of painted surfaces over 209 houses which will directly benefit 452 families and 1808 people!

Blind Whino

Blind Whino is a 501(c)(3) Non-profit Arts Club and Event Space located in the Southwest Corridor of Washington DC. The organization was founded on the principal that art is a catalyst for change in a community, providing inspiration and motivation for those that encounter its power.

Art Creation Foundation

Art Creation Foundation for Children (ACFFC), is an arts based non-profit organization created for the personal growth, empowerment, and education of children in need in Jacmel, Haiti. The ACFFC provides art instruction, tutoring, medical care, daily food and water, and educational expenses for students in the program.

Cafe Art

Welcome to Cafe Art! We are a unique initiative showcasing artwork created by people affected by homelessness or are socially vulnerable.

Frye Art Museum

here:now is an arts-engagement program for adults living with dementia and their care partners to enjoy a creative and relaxing time together.

Global Paints

The Global Paint for Charity, Inc. (AKA “GPC” or “Global Paint”) is a non-profit organization headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia working together with commercial businesses and other non-profit organizations, residential households, and Paint Manufacturers to recycle post-consumer Latex paint for our cause. We strive to protect the environment, change lives and beautify poor communities throughout the world.