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Norris Square Neighborhood Project members got their creative reuse on at a local after-school youth arts program! Staff members Katherine and Marian came to the re looking to supplement their crafting supplies for an upcoming sewing project. They were able to find fabrics, buttons, appliqués, thread, and other sewing notions to help make the project a success. They students made hoodies, scarves, t-shirts, and more! Many of the students were using the fun projects to learn how to use sewing machines. Norris Square Neighborhood Project’s Mission is to promote positive change through youth education, community leadership, green spaces, the arts, and … Continue reading
Check out this AMAZING video made by the WHYY Summer Journalists Program! We’ve never seen a better video made about The Resource Exchange and our sustainable arts mission. These young journalists really know what they’re doing. Thanks so much for covering our organization, interviewing our artists and spreading the word about creative reuse and sustainability in the arts! Special thanks to Student Journalists Hunter Lee, Will McQuillan, Felix Agosto, Husnaa Hashim and Dawson Ross for all the thought and research that went into this fantastic video. And to Program Leader Jenine Pilla and our past reCreate Featured Artists who speak … Continue reading
A Tree House found made by Charter School of Architectural Design that we’ve had in the store for a while has finally found a home! It is now living at The Ludington Library in Bryn Mawr thanks to Miss Gail, who says, “it adds a sophisticated touch” to the public library’s Jr. Room Fairy Garden. The garden, (accessible by a secret path!) is also populated with other hand made fairy houses.