Dear Community Leader –
As you know, IPaintMyMind is a nonprofit arts organization & gallery whose mission is to make art accessible to everyone. We are committed to helping create a climate where art is valued, supported, and accessible in every community. As a method of enriching & expanding our Shared Walls™ Program, which loans temporary art exhibitions to community spaces, we’ve created this guide for you: the educator, the community liaison, the park supervisor, the head librarian, etc.
We invite you to use The IPaintMyMind Community Art Guide as a tool to engage and facilitate a dialogue with your students or community about the recent exhibition installed at your school, park, library, or community center. Please refer to the plaque hung in your space for the link to the artist featured in your temporary art exhibition. For more info on that particular artist, you can always email us at email@example.com for additional support & information.
You can also visit IPaintMyMind.org to find:
- Features on emerging artists – to show your students/community
- The IPMM Art Collection – to view/highlight examples of accessible art
- Resources for artists – to complete projects or initiatives
- This PDF – in case you ever need to print out more
The asset provided below is about supplementing the important work you do in our city. The Shared Walls™ Program and this art guide is meant to help you teach, engage, support & provide for your community.
THANK YOU FOR ALL YOU DO.
WE ARE HONORED TO SERVE AS YOUR PARTNER.
Evan La Ruffa
Founder | Executive Director | Lead Curator @ IPaintMyMind
P.s. If you know of any other community spaces like schools, parks, libraries, or community centers that would love to participate in our programs & initiatives, please give them our info!