Art can inspire anyone,
especially when created by everyone.
–Lydia Dahle Blaine
The Tate Modern defines community art:
“an artistic activity that is based in a community setting, characterized by interaction or dialogue with the community”.
Look Wonder Discover really enjoys words and wordplay, so we conjured an original definition:
Community Art Project
/kə-ˈmyü-nə-tē ‘ärt ˈpräˌjekt/
noun : a creative and engaging, often interactive, activity offered in a convivial setting.
Who can participate?
Everyone, and yes,
LWD Community Art is for all ages and artistic abilities.
Our goal, like our mission, is to cultivate curiosity, and that curiosity is enough to get you started with any of our Community Art Projects.
This is the fun part.
You participate by making art.
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LWD and our Sister Projects have been creating and facilitating community art projects and workshops since 2007. Our goal has always been to engage, to inspire, and to help humans connect though the act of creating art. And of course, to cultivate Curiosity.
Community art, just like a community itself, is reliant on each participant, and the more involvement the better.
Each year we brainstorm concepts, workshops, and projects, we continue to recognize that art can inspire anyone, especially when created by everyone.