By Thompson Toyota Art is such an integral part of everyone's life. From the TV shows we watch to chalk on the sidewalks and art on the side of buildings, art should be something everyone can do if they want to, regardless of economic status. Art with a Heart agrees and allows people to
The Heart of Baltimore: Art with a Heart celebrates 20 years of community engagement | Baltimore Style
By Katie Beecher For 20 years, Art with a Heart has been a principal cornerstone for community art engagement in the Baltimore area. Prior to March, they were slated to have their best programming year since they opened, with 500 visual art classes in 23 zip codes and 12,000 unique art experiences being held every month.
(Baltimore WJZ) — An art program that helps Baltimore’s underserved communities and homeless youth is expanding.Collins Redd is busy helping the program that helped him when he needed it most.“Especially in the winter time, it’s hard to find somewhere to sleep at every night,” said 22-year-old Redd. “I was homeless with my brother, but my brother
By: Timothy Cox | The Beacon In November, a new 1,000-pound heart sculpture will be installed in downtown Baltimore near the intersection of Charles and Hanover Streets. Standing eight feet tall and six feet wide, the work brings to mind the famous “LOVE” statue in Philadelphia, according to Randi Pupkin, 58, founder and executive
This week on Spotlight On Maryland, Gina Crash spoke with Art With A Heart Founder & Executive Director, Randi Pupkin. Art With A Heart's mission is to enhance the lives of people in need through visual art. In honor of their 20th Anniversary this year, Art With A Heart is creating a large-scale scupture
Walking into the Art with a Heart store and workshop space is like opening up the windows for the first time afer a long winter. The airy, light-filled former police stable is decorated from floor to ceiling with handmade crafts and works of art. Dozens of mirrored mosaics bounce bright colors from wall to