Imagine... a movement inspired by the arts to open the eyes of Americans to the plight of their own people. Imagine, through art, music and poetry, we are shining a much needed light on our own crisis: HOMELESSNESS
Art4TheHomeless was once a blog called Colors of Ink with Blogcharm, which closed down. Nutang, became the new home of Colors of Ink and was renamed Art4TheHomeless, by a really good friend, Samantha Medd. She is now the Co-Founder of Art4TH.
Now Art4TH is a 501(c)(3) Nonprofit Organization that unites artists of all venues to promote homeless awareness in the US.
Art4TH does this through the Art4TH Webzine, a monthly online magazine that features a musician whose music plays throughout the website, a feature artist, and a feature writer while also featuring a homeless relief organization. All artists featured retain their copyrights and all of it is free. If you would like to be a featured artist, musician, or writer contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Art4TheHomeless Webzine December 2011
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Thursday. 2.7.08 9:40 am
I got an email on myspace from someone in Los Angeles and he told me about his church's visual arts program called Mosaic which is trying to build a relationship with a homeless shelter in downtown L. A. and will give art classes to the homeless. The name of the church is calle Mosaic and they use art as a medium to communicate the message of hope and love more effectively. I totally love this idea! It's awesome! You can visit the church at http://mosaic.org go check it out!
Also, I found this really cool art while riding the train to school this morning! It was on the window--graffitti--and I took the picture, which also reflected a guy sitting across and an ad by him along with the Ashby train station outsite. The photo is really cool!
it's ninja turtle!!
» renaye on 2008-02-08 02:15:22
Ninja turtle! I love how you didn't wipe it off the window!
» Marie (126.96.36.199) on 2008-02-08 06:12:25
Yeah, I took public speaking a few years ago and apparently forgot everything I learned.
I always got busted for saying um during my speeches.
» Chloefoxx on 2008-02-08 11:18:23
I reread the biography you have in your module...
Wow. That's perseverence. I have major respect for what you've come through and all the things you've accomplished with art. It's a hard way to make money and even harder to become successful, and you're helping out homeless people on top of that. Major props.
I actually think grafitti can liven up a place, granted that the artist was talented and that the piece doesn't send some malicious message. I give ninja turtle-man a thumbs up...now, if only we could see the color of the bandana we could find out which one he is...
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