Our purpose is to:
Produce original artwork that elicits dialogue and exchange across difference.
Transform public spaces with art that reflects and engages the communities that live there.
Support self-presentation in communities where experiences of oppression and inequity impede the well-being of its members.
Create opportunities for people to explore and develop their creativity.
Increase civic engagement through public art.
Provide accessible art-making opportunities by working with people of diverse abilities, skills, ages, identities, and experiences.
Mentor equity-seeking emerging artists.
Since 2005, we have produced 25+ community art projects
- Inkling Incubator
- May I Take Your Arm?
- Street Health Community Art Project
- To the Table
- Where There Is Smoke