On Earth Day 2018, people from all walks of life and all neighborhoods came together for a one of a kind experience celebrating art, music and community.
In collaboration with Artolution, an organization that facilitates community-based public art projects, the Sacred Arts Research Foundation set up shop at 125 Humboldt street in Bushwick to facilitate the painting of a large scale public mural. We couldn’t think of a better way to honor the earth than by creating a community driven experience filled with wonderful music, good food and, above all, art making!
Over 300 people were able to contribute to the mural, 200 of which were students ages 6-12. The project enjoyed participation from 5 local public schools, the Compass after school program, a local homeless shelter, and a women’s rehabilitation program from Manhattan. See photos >
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SACRED ARTS RESEARCH FOUNDATION is a nonprofit organization that promotes and supports the preservation of sacred art traditions throughout the world through community initiatives, projects and interactive cultural and educational programs.
S.A.R.F strives to support the sacred arts by offering unique programming opportunities though a diverse curriculum of classes, workshops, community service, cultural exchange, transformational festivals, and the provision of funds and resources for artists. S.A.R.F supports those who create in the realms of visual arts, music, performance and healing arts.