“Relationship-building is so important to help make the creative process more enriched.”

Throughout COVID-19, ArtBags were our connecting point to ensure youth in our core neighborhoods still had access to creative outlets at home during an isolating year. As always, we encourage you to use the recommended materials any way you choose.


Blowing in the Wind

oil pastels & cardboard tubes, fabric strips
yarn & CDs (pdf)


What's Your Message?

Modge Podge, brush, collage materials, cardstock
scratch paper & toothpicks (pdf)


Imagine

paper plates, markers, contact paper, brads, glossy paper, tissue paper & glue sticks (pdf)
Story by Pam Ferris-Olsen, pictured Jamie Silvestri, Jalin Coleman, Shannon Els, Bailey Knox

SUMMER FELLOWS CONNECT WITH MIDCOAST MAINE THROUGH ART, STORYTELLING

Story By Alyce McFadden, pictured Julianna Burke (center) with ArtVan staff members Kelly Christopher (left) and Jamie Silvestri (right).

Take a Spin Around Memory Lane

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