The immediate benefits of Making Art Making Change’s projects are creative contagion, playfulness, building trust, discovery, serendipity and interconnectedness.
MAMC goes in without assumptions, meeting participants where they are, harnessing the collective energy to imagine new possibilities, new perceptions and new communities.
Projects & Workshops
— Francine Hailman, participant of With Thread as Ink, I Tell You My Story, 2020
— Francisco Alvarez, Artistic Director at ICC, speaking about Walls & Barriers, 2010
— Yousef, participant of Finding Home: Personal Journeys & Visual Narratives, 2018
— Kevin Andrachuk, teacher at Greenwood Seconday School, speaking abouy Finding Home: Personal Journeys & Visual Narratives, 2018
— Jovanna Scorsone, Education and Public Engagement Manager at Aga Khan Museum, speaking about about Finding Home: Personal Journeys & Visual Narratives, 2018
— William Thorsell, Director at Royal Ontario Museum, speaking about Walls & Barriers, 2010
— Josh Heuman, Curator of Education and Public Programs, The Power Plant, speaking about Stories Are Our Compass, 2016
— Amanda Hailman, Community Health Worker, Flemingdon Health Centre, speaking about Making Voice: Women's Creative Narratives, 2018
— Edith Baguinho, on Making Voice: Women's Creative Narratives, 2018
Making Art Making Change is a non-profit charity committed to giving voice to social issues within communities through the use of visual arts, mixed media and story telling.
Our experienced artist educators are committed to creating a safe and fun space where participants can explore artistic expression all while developing self awareness, collaboration skills and original creative thinking. Our focus is to facilitate dialogue and collaboration, thereby strengthening community bonds and reducing isolation.
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