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Here is a look at two teenagers who gained confidence and pride with ArtWare for Good community service projects. It went like this…. The discovery conversation usually starts with a somewhat engaged, somewhat distracted teen saying as little as possible – sharing that they are “like” interested – and that they want to change the […]

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We all like to be rewarded for our good deeds. This is why positive reinforcement works so well. Studies have shown that when it comes to giving, donors are not any different. Public recognition of contributions to charitable organizations increases both individual and corporate donations. While altruism is the primary cause of giving, public recognition […]

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Park Street Academy a Preschool in Montclair, New Jersey called us in the Fall of 2014 to say that they were celebrating their 20th Anniversary in 2015, wanted to beautify their entry way and wanted to involve their families in a community fundraiser and could we help them with a project to combine all three. PSA […]

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This has already been a summer of adventure for Artware for Good. After 25 years in business, we have just launched a new Walls that Unite kit that will create change in the world through the universal language of art. This new kit inspires creativity, imagination and expands the world of more than just the […]

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Rochelle Hass, parent coordinator at Washington Elementary School in San Gabriel, California reached out to me in the spring of 2013 after coming across our website as she wanted to plan a project with the 5th graders who would be graduating in the spring of 2014. What a lovely tile wall mural they created.  Each […]

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Indiana University’s Global Village Students traveled overnight on a bus to spend the weekend at The Team School in Newark – literally.  They spent 3 nights camping out  at the school with their 5th grade partners in the “Books and Beyond”  literacy project, that will result in a published book of stories that they will […]

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Self Portraits have been a favorite theme for schools when creating art for a tile wall project.  Whether it be a wall to honor graduates, to create a legacy project, or possibly to honor a special milestone or anniversary. Self portraits are a perfect way to capture and preserve your students at this very moment […]

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Celebrates the Movin’ on up Class of 2013 with the installation of a wall of Mandalas. The Mandala’s were created utilizing our lesson plan developed by art teacher Sara Jean Lowry. The PTA designed the center piece and the blue and yellow tiles listed the student’s name By class

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Students at Franklin Lakes’ Woodside Avenue School pressed up to a hallway wall Tuesday afternoon to look for their contributions to a legacy art project marking the school’s 40th anniversary. The project, organized by PTA President Rebecca Rund and art teacher Noelle Salzano, consisted of mandalas – symmetric, symbolic designs – painted onto tiles by […]

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