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— Dave Willis

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Remember the Cows in Chicago project? Well, now there are DOGS ON THE BLUFF — part of the Village of Lake Bluffs 125th celebration. Senator Julie Morrison purchased one of the dogs and asked us to decorate it! COME DECORATE WITH US THIS SATURDAY, 2-4 p.m. in our courtyard at 104 E. Scranton Ave. in Lake Bluff. We’ll be decorating SAFELY (social distancing, hand sanitizer, masks). Stop by! #artsimpact #dogsonthebluff #lakebluffil #emotionalsupportdog #communityart

May 28th, 8:00 am

Remember the Cows in Chicago project? Well, now there are DOGS ON THE BLUFF — part of the Village of Lake Bluff's 125th celebration. Senator Julie Morrison purchased one of the dogs and asked us to decorate it! COME DECORATE WITH US THIS SATURDAY, 2-4 p.m. in our courtyard at 104 E. Scranton Ave. in Lake Bluff. We’ll be decorating SAFELY (social distancing, hand sanitizer, masks). Stop by! #artsimpact #dogsonthebluff #lakebluffil #emotionalsupportdog #communityart ... See MoreSee Less

COVID-19 is affecting everyone’s mental health in one way or another. Find comfort in your own creativity and know that you’re not alone. We’re doing what we can to support the community, including the launch of a WEEKLY ZOOM DROP-IN ART SESSION open to everyone. Stay tuned for details. Meanwhile, be safe and stay well. #notalone #inthistogether #artsimpact #mentalhealthawarenessmonth

May 22nd, 1:26 pm

COVID-19 is affecting everyone’s mental health in one way or another. Find comfort in your own creativity and know that you’re not alone. We’re doing what we can to support the community, including the launch of a WEEKLY ZOOM DROP-IN ART SESSION open to everyone. Stay tuned for details. Meanwhile, be safe and stay well. #notalone #inthistogether #artsimpact #mentalhealthawarenessmonth ... See MoreSee Less

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Love the smile I see here! This masterpiece was created by some children in a family that receives our art kits from Beacon Place !

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One easy yet impactful way for you to help Art Impact Project is to follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Your likes, shares and tweets will help us get the word out about what we’re doing and how we’re helping. This will enable us to grow and reach new people — and we’ll have you to thank! Connect with us now on:

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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!