The Artivist Box

$120.00

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Artivists are those who practice art with the aim to teach. They bring art into their communities and want to join a community of artists. This box will help you plan community projects  by learning the visual communication of the Pan African Diaspora.

THIS BOX INCLUDES

  • Supporting Materials to Complete the Project
  • Graphically Designed Creative Journal
  • Meditation Cards
  • 1 Sheet of Stickers (10 Stickers)
  • Art Prints and more …

Art Prints
High quality, handmaid art prints tailored to the lessons, can be put in a framed.

Graphically Designed Creative Journal
Pictures, prompts , activities, to better help you understand and guide you through your own creative practice and processes. 

Art Project Highlight and Instructions

Meditation Cards

1 Sheet of Stickers (10 Stickers)

Letters From The Community
Personalized letter about the importance of the lesson and how they personally use it in a cultural practice.

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WHAT MAKES THIS BOX DIFFERENT:

DESIGN

Art that is repsonsive to the idea in African Philosophy 

CREATE

Art that is complex and deeply connected to the knowledge of the African Diaspora

 

EXPLORE

Old ideas in new ways

 

WHAT MAKES THIS
BOX DIFFERENT:

DESIGN

Art that is repsonsive to the idea in African Philosophy 

CREATE

Art that is complex and deeply connected to the knowledge of the African Diaspora

 

EXPLORE

Old ideas in new ways

 

WHAT THE COMMUNITY IS SAYING

“When I first met Schetauna, I didn’t know about artivism until we started talking a little bit more. She brings a lot of that cultural connection and world expanding viewpoints to the kids. Even while we were learning about the museum curriculum, I think she really brings that cultural knowledge and she really pushed for different types of artwork from around the world, but pushed for all students to feel challenged by it and to grow from it and to learn about the world through art.”