art * awareness * activism – the art of helping others

Artists Dubhghlas and Makoto Fujimura are part of The Art of Helping Others, a new artist consortium producing fine visual art and funding humanitarian initiatives through their sale, as well as bringing attention to pain & healing through the beauty and ambiquity of their work. Their galleries are quite stunning; I recommend checking them out. And read my friend Dubhghlas‘ blog, which he’s just started here. A video unfolds their muse:

Are you an artist? A patron for good art & worthy causes? See how you can get involved here.

Related:

zoecarnate arts directory

Church as Art by Troy Bronsink

Church as Art. Church as Community. Church as Transformation by Brittian Bullock

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