Teaching elementary art and fundraising for school art auctions has been some of the most gratifying work of my career. As fundraising became a critical part of keeping school programs alive, the journey began with the joy and challenge of working as a volunteer, creating group art projects to be auctioned at annual fundraising events. It was so satisfying to see my group projects generate thousands of dollars for the schools.
The lack of environmental impact of using found materials and the process of seeking out materials to use is good from a financial point of view as well as taking it out of harms way. Group art projects encourage people to work together with a common goal which can be very rewarding experience.
Group Art Projects - Collaborative Craft Ideas
Have you heard of it? If not, you’ve got to . It’s a group art project and anyone can participate. You don’t have to be an artist to enter, all types of people are part of this project. To receive a sketchbook, pay $25, choose a theme from a list of 24 intriguing possibilities including: The View From Up Here, Face in the Crowd, Things That Changed Other Things, or opt for the project to choose a theme for you.
Own a little memory of your child’s 2012-2013 LES class while also helping to support the LES PTO. Prints, posters and gift items featuring one-of-a-kind group art projects can be purchased through the Youth Leadership Groups and Conferences: By collaborating with local prevention coalitions and youth serving organizations, Free Arts NW works with youth in creating group art projects with the purpose of enhancing their sense of belonging, renewing their purpose and building community.