WHY ART AND MENTORING?

In our programs, youth and parents develop communication and problem-solving skills through art-making. The relationships they build with program facilitators and volunteer mentors create a supportive community that fosters confidence and self-esteem.

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Photograph by Platon

OUR NEW LOOK

In April of 2012, with the guidance of Red Peak Branding, Free Arts NYC embarked upon a rebranding initiative of our now 16-year-old organization. Our new identity provides renewed momentum to further impact the lives of underserved children and families.

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LATEST NEWS

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    Joe Fresh presents Kidsfest NYC with Support from Flik Flak

    WITH GUEST ARTISTS: On Saturday, November 15th, over 250 kids and parents enjoyed an afternoon of fun; including t-shirt stamping with our sponsor Joe Fresh, fun photos with Flik Flak and art making alongside guests artists Michael De Feo, Richard Haines Saul Schisler, Jason Woodside and more!

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    Elisa Contemporary Art

    Elisa Contemporary Art is a contemporary art gallery that believes that art is a gift to be shared, to be given and received with appreciation, respect and awareness. For that reason, they also believe in sharing the profits from the sale of works of art with philanthropic organizations that are dedicated to the healing, enriching and […]

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    Shop Art Markit

    For a limited time only, a percentage of sales from Art Markit product will benefit Free Arts NYC. Art Markit brings together everyday products by renowned and crowd-sourced artists from around the globe onto one convenient shopping site. Shop for products by artists including Keith Haring, Andy Warhol, Kenny Scharf, Curtis Kulig, Barbara Kruger, Yoshitomo Nara, […]

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    SAVED Wines Gift Set

    Scott Campbell recently developed a limited edition box set for Free Arts NYC. The sleek black wooden box contains SAVED Red Wine and “Magic Maker” Rose and features Scott’s original artwork. He developed the edition of 100 boxed sets as an extension of his commitment to our arts mentoring programs, with 100% of proceeds benefiting […]

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    Scott Campbell: Adoptive Ink on Nowness

    For Free Arts NYC, artist Scott Campbell created a collaborative “karmic mentorship” inspired by the permanence of tattoos. The session was part of the Free Arts NYC Annual Auction, hosted by Marc Jacobs, who has an extensive collection of tattoos by Campbell and helped introduce his inky designs into the world of fashion. “Ten kids […]

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    Scott Campbell Limited Edition Prints

    Scott Campbell created a special limited edition print for Free Arts NYC. The prints are letterpressed in custom ink and each individually hand touched with oil paint by the artist. ENOUGH 2014 18″ x 40″ Letterpress & custom ink mix Individually hand touched by the artist Edition of 20 $2,500 each PURCHASE YOURS NOW > […]

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    Scott Campbell Workshop on the Front Page of WSJ

    On April 12th & 13th, Scott Campbell held a workshop with some inspiring and creative young people from Good Shepherd Services. On Sunday, a group of volunteers paired up with them at Saved Tattoo in Brooklyn for a very meaningful, very permanent project. Read more on WSJ

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    Scott Campbell Inspires Kids in the Bronx

    Scott Campbell recently spent an evening with kids from our Arts Mentoring Program at Stratford House in the Bronx, teaching them about how he became a professional artist, his creative process and artistic inspirations, and creating some very special artworks to be displayed alongside his work at the Annual Art Auction on April 30th. Inspired [...]

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    André Saraiva Limited Edition Prints

    André Saraiva created a special limited edition Mr. A print for Free Arts NYC. The prints are individually hand touched/splattered and are signed by the artist. Mr. A 16″ x 16″ Hand touched screenprint Edition of 50 $250 each PURCHASE YOURS NOW > Please note: The purchaser pays the cost of shipping. International shipping varies […]

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    A to Z Project Merchandise On Sale Now

    Following an exciting Free Arts rebrand, t-shirts, tote bags, prints and holiday cards are now available for purchase. With a new logo and typeface created by 45 artists, our merchandise captures the unique creativity of our programs. SHOP NOW

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    Lulu & Leo Fund Partnership

    We’re incredibly honored and excited to announce our partnership with the Lulu & Leo Fund. We’re so inspired by Kevin and Marina’s investment in our PACT Program and know that their belief in the importance of supporting families will help to grow the reach and impact of our program.   FULL PRESS RELEASE: The Lulu […]

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    Blauvelt by Richard Phillips

    Richard Phillips generously created a limited edition print exclusively for Free Arts NYC, inspired by the advertising images in fashion from the late 1960’s or in today’s parlance “Mad Men Times.” PURCHASE YOURS TODAY >

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    Welcome to the New FreeArtsNYC.org!

    We’re very pleased to welcome you to our new and improved website, designed by Rivington Design House incorporating our new logo and branding created by Red Peak. Take a look around and please feel free to contact our Marketing Manager, Bernadette at bernadette@freeartsnyc.org with any questions, comments or suggestions.