> Art is Good at PS16 Leonard Dunkly Elementary School
in Williamsburg, Brooklyn
Thanks to generous educational grants from the Walentas Family Foundation in DUMBO Brooklyn, Art is Good is being offered to the entire school throughout the 2013-2014 and 2014-2015 school year. Grades 1-5 and the art club create together and grow. The student artists refer to their art teacher as Mr. Tim. Room #107 is the Art is Good HQ.
Click to watch a news segment on NY1 about Art is Good at PS16
> Art is Good for Team Building
Corporations, organizations and arts groups have utilized Art is Good creative workshops for team building. By making art and collaborating together, the shared creative experience forms lasting connections within each group. Some of our participating groups: etsy.com, SurfTaco Corporation, Art Connects New York, The Keegan Gallery in DC, inRivers Art Space in Brooklyn, The Middletown Arts Center, The Reaves Gallery in Chelsea, NYC and The Queens Museum of Arts.
> Art is Good for Healing Arts
Art heals, it is just that simple. The David S. Zocchi Brain Tumor Center offers regular
Art is Good family workshops as, well as, Camp Jinka, an award winning camp for kids & teens from the support community. Many other support groups have offered
Art is Good to their members as a form of healing and catharsis. Some other particpating groups: compassionatefriends.org, MC&OC Brain Tumor Support Group, Shore2recover, The Inwood House, NYC and The Valerie Cancer Center.
> Art is Good for Schools
Universities, high schools and elementary schools have utilized Art is Good to facilitate expression and help students grow as creative thinkers. Some participating schools: PS16, Monmouth County Teen Arts Festival, Hofstra University and dozens of high schools, elementary schools in NY, NJ, across the country and around the world.
> Art is Good at Community Art Events
Art is Good has been offered at dozens of community art events, like Figment Art Festival on Governors Island in NYC, The Williamsburg Walks in Willimansburg, Brooklyn, St. John's Episcopal Hospital, several public libraries and the Cinco de Taco Festival in NJ.
> Art is Good for Seniors Center, After-School Programs and Community Centers
Millennium Development Corp offers Art is Good at seniors centers around NYC.
Mill Dev also offers Art is Good at after-school programs and community centers.
> Art is Good at The YMCA in Brooklyn, NY
Art is Good was offered at four YMCA after-school locations, five days a week for 10 weeks. The resulting artwork and shared creative experience was priceless.
> The end goal of most workshops is to exhibit and celebrate the artwork created together during Art is Good. The coming together of artists, art and beholders is the final piece of the Art is Good experience about art and you. The Art LoveTriangle:
For more information or to register for Art is Good:
call Tim Kelly at 646.734.9072 or e-mail email@example.com
Art is Good proudly sponsors the puzzle making workshops for the historic Puzzle Installation & Collaborative Project. The Puzzle Project is a dynamic growing & traveling, group art exhibition. Artists, young & old, have contributed their individual voice collectively with other artists to form this installation comprised of 1000's of 24"x 24" interconnected puzzle pieces. It is a simple way for each of us to tell our own story. www.puzzleartproject.com
Have you made your puzzle piece?
"Every child is an artist. The problem is how
to remain an artist once we grow up."
Art is Good are creative workshops which nurture expression and facilitate creativity through fine art.
The focus is more on "what" you are making...
your idea. Art is Good is like nothing you have
We hope to inspire each artist to recognize that they already have creativity in them and can make art for a living or just for themselves. Art is Good exists to: stoke confidence, help individuals grow as creative thinkers and to provide an environment to enjoy a shared creative experience. We teach that you cannot make art wrong, unless you do not make it.
We teach that art is good.
Art is Good is Back at PS16
in Williamsburg Brooklyn!!
This has been a great year. Click here to preview a pdf of PS16 art making during this school year. Notice all of the students smiles as they make art and the proud looks on their faces when they hold the finished artwork. We need your help to bring it back.
click to download a pdf about Art is Good
It contains a vast plethora of information about Art is Good,
but it is just a sample of our workshops about ART and YOU.
7 things you may learn from "Art is Good":
1. Art has no rules. You can paint with your big toe if you’d like.
2. Art can be made by anyone, anywhere and out of anything.
3. Your best artistic tool is the good idea already in your head.
4. The only wrong way to make art is to not make anything at all.
5. How to not just make SOMETHING, but make something MEANINGFUL.
6. How to plan, draw, paint and experiment with mixed media.
7. You can continue to create art for the rest of your life.
Who is "Art is Good" for?
- Anyone that wants or likes to make art
What type of class/workshop is offered?
- Individual attention
Tim Kelly is available for individual art instruction.
$40 for each 2 hour art session
- Group Workshop
Member workshops for foundations and organizations
$20 per person for a 3 hour art session
volume discounts available
- Family Workshops
Making art with your family is Fun. Tim brings the art supplies
and the fun "Art is Good" philosophy...you bring your good ideas.
$100 for each 3 hour art session
- Corporate Workshops
Team Building is a priority. Art is Good Corporate Workshops offer a cost effective, relaxed and expressive outlet for todays professionals.
The shared creative experience allows your employees to connect and collaborate together to.make a meaningful piece of art.
Rates vary. Contact us for details
Where Do We Make Art?
- We can bring the supplies to your location
- Workshops will be held at various locations.
"We specializing in helping people make art
that is meaningful to them."
- Tim Kelly, Art is Good founder