Read more about the new Summer Art Adventures program held in August, plus the story of young DrawBridge artists invited to participate in the creation of a new mural.
This summer, DrawBridge kids will experience the fun, laughter, and silliness of summer camp online!
Last spring, when DrawBridge facilitators and volunteers could no longer provide in-person support for children who are underserved or experiencing homelessness, our program team quickly pivoted to hosting art groups via “Zoom Rooms.”
Accomplished arts educator and non-profit leader joins Bay Area organization.
Sarah Yazdani, Program Manager of DrawBridge, has been guiding the art groups for over a year now, and what a year it has been! Sarah is both a social worker and an artist, so she intrinsically understands the value of expressive art groups. I always had art around me growing up, and still love to […]
On your markers, get crayons, and go! Pens, paper and imaginations dominated the DrawBridge/Twitter for Good virtual art group, with drawings made by Twitter employees and their children. DrawBridge Facilitator Marianne Owens and Volunteer Jill Hoefgen led 50 participants through a variety of inventive warm-up exercises, including coloring hand silhouettes, abstract line doodles, one-minute speed […]