DC student artists teamed up with Lidl to create special-edition tote bags featuring iconic local scenes. Proceeds supported Joyful Food Markets to expand fresh food access in Wards 7 and 8.
DC students showcased limited-edition charity tote bags at Lidl’s Skyland Town Center. Inspiring young artists!
Project Create has spent the past 29 years nurturing youth through art. News4 features a message about peace and nonviolence through poetry and creative expression in the community.
Since 1994, Project Create has nurtured young minds through arts education. Now, we’re expanding to meet growing mental health needs with art therapy.
Project Create partnered with the D.C. Office of the Attorney General to launch a youth art competition that counters hate, promotes social justice and inspires change through art.
Project Create provides free art therapy programs as Washington, DC faces increased crime rates. These arts programs help children manage prolonged stress and trauma in a safe environment.
Project Create stands with Black Lives Matter. We create safe spaces where we use art as a tool for healing, empowerment, and education as we celebrate Black art, leaders, and history.