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AFH offers a refreshing range of unique and dynamic services that bring our creative talents directly to events, meetings, conferences and any gathering that could benefit from an enhanced artistic engagement! Tailored to meet clients' objectives, our teen artists and professional mentors work "live" onsite to create conversation, collaborative moments, and social media worthy art, often directly with guests. Team building, theme visualization, brand activation and cross pollination of ideas are key components of our AFH Interactive experiences!
On Friday July 14th, teenagers from YouthBuild visited AFH to engage in a Inward Bound, with a creative project led by our Painting Studio in the EpiCenter courtyard. Teens engaged in conversation while expressing their "learning journeys" through words and images on 1x1 canvases using spray paint and paint markers.
KING CAMP GILLETTE
On Thursday, July 13, AFH activated “Take Your Kids to Work Day” at Gillette with a special Paint Together for “King Camp Gillette.” The large-scale interactive engaged staff members and their children in a fun art-making session inspired by video games.
william james college
This summer, we had the privilege to host William James College at the EpiCenter for an Expressive Arts Therapy panel discussion, which included co-founder Jason Talbot, while Artists for Humanity participants painted live. During the event, Jason said, “When you bring art, you bring culture and when you bring culture, you can share stories. Stories lead to healing.”
100 HIGH STREET
This month, we joined friends at 100 High Street for their Summer Soiree where the AFH team created playful portraits of building residents during a “Quick Sketch”, underscoring the importance of community and art as a tool for social engagement.
WORLD TRAVEL INC.
We love hosting Wall Talks throughout the Greater Boston Area! This month, we were thrilled to create a Wall Talk for World Travel Inc. at the Global Business Travel Association (GBTA) Convention at The Boston Convention and Exhibition Center. Some of our past favorites have been at District Hall’s #DHCafeNights, like this International Women's Day interactive and the "Ignite Opportunity" wall.