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“Don’t use social media to impress people. Use it to impact people.”

— Dave Willis

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We hosted a Graffiti Letters Project at the Lake County Jail, where inmates used their name or tag to create art to showcase their personality. They enjoyed the process and having the opportunity to talk about themselves afterwards. #artsimpact

April 19th, 7:46 am

We hosted a Graffiti Letters Project at the Lake County Jail, where inmates used their name or "tag" to create art to showcase their personality. They enjoyed the process and having the opportunity to talk about themselves afterwards. #artsimpact ... See MoreSee Less

 

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We had another amazingly powerful day with the inmates. I’m overwhelmed by how they support one another and discover that they themselves have value and hold the power to change their lives.

Powerful!

Some really beautiful Scribble Drawings were done at OMNI Youth Services! The flowing lines and variety of words and colors represent the ever-changing feelings we can have each day. #artsimpact #whatareyoufeeling

April 16th, 7:00 am

Some really beautiful Scribble Drawings were done at OMNI Youth Services! The flowing lines and variety of words and colors represent the ever-changing feelings we can have each day. #artsimpact #whatareyoufeeling ... See MoreSee Less

 

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This is beautiful

Nice to see what could be a little “happy”, center top. Cultivating hope is one of Art Impact Project’s gifts 💚

This is SO BEAUTIFUL!!! I love it.

Wow!

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Meet Brennan Long. He chose Art Impact Project for his Eagle Scout Project and built us much-needed cabinets while building awareness of our organization during his presentation. Afterward, it was our turn to use social media to give Brennan the recognition he deserved!