Art with a Heart is thrilled that its Executive Director, Randi Alper Pupkin has been named as one of The Daily Record's Most Admired CEOs. This honor recognizes talented business CEOS and nonprofit executive directors across Maryland for leadership and vision that is admired by those around them. See the winners here!
As Art with a Heart prepares for its fall programs, the need for supplies has greatly increased. Not only has the number of partners grown but with COVID still present, we continue the effort to minimize the sharing of supplies. It is our goal to provide students with an "art starter kit." We will
By Summer Claypool, Director of Leadership and Engagement Pictured Above: The members of Art of Leadership's 6th cohort at their graduation on June 27th One of the first questions I ask the 10th and 11th grade students in the Art of Leadership program is, “What does leadership mean to you?” The students, a diverse group
Art with a Heart’s HeARTwares and HeARTworks initiatives featured on Fox Baltimore’s Hometown Hotspot
Christina Ralls, Art with a Heart's Director of Workforce Development and Social Enterprise, speaks about the organization's HeARTworks and HeARTwares initiatives on Fox Baltimore's Hometown Hotspot.
Art with a Heart, in partnership with the alumni, fellows and friends of the Elijah Cummings Youth Program, commemorated the late Congressman with a mosaic portrait. Once grouted, this 5’x3’ mosaic will be complete and ready for installation. Community members, students, interns, and Art with a Heart staff helped to
Art with a Heart is seeking creative and enthusiastic contractual, part-time teachers, assistants, and substitutes to lead and assist with visual art classes in and around Baltimore. Essential Responsibilities include: Working with students in planned, interactive, hands-on visual art classes Facilitating and/or assisting art instruction as directed by the Art with a Heart curriculum
By Klause Ferrell, HeARTworks Assistant March has arrived! That means birds chirping, spring showers, and another Art with a Heart anniversary! Let's take a moment to reflect on the past month and the journeys we've taken to get us to this celebration of 21 years. I can't help but be reminded of the obstacles
In a day of service that spanned the country, Art with a Heart had the pleasure of facilitating a virtual service experience for Timberland employees last month. During this event, Timberland employees created a digital memory quilt inspired by the book Tar Beach by artist and quilter, Faith Ringgold. Tar Beach is just one of the
In February, Art with a Heart returned to the House of Ruth Maryland, the organization's longest running program partner with a 19 year collaborative history. While students and teachers could not work together in person, Art with a Heart extended a virtual hug by starting classes with Jim Dine painted hearts! The students used crayons and watercolor
By: Lauren Cook BALTIMORE — Art with a Heart is celebrating its 20th anniversary with a landmark gift to Baltimore City. It is currently constructing an eight by six foot heart sculpture that will be installed in downtown Baltimore this summer. Due to the pandemic, more than 1,000 volunteers are creating