The Art Haus Project uses art for good to develop transformational visual arts projects and education initiatives to better the lives of communities in the places they call home.
Developed by artist and educator Harlan Lovestone and inspired by Germany’s Bauhaus, The Art Haus Project, LLC is an artist ran for-profit with a unique fiscally sponsored arm through the arts nonprofit Fractured Atlas. The Art Haus Project originated in Greenville, South Carolina, and has actively hosted exhibitions and community events since 2011.
In January 2020, The Art Haus Project relaunched in Chattanooga, Tennessee with a more focused social mission to use art for good in a post-pandemic world. Immediate goals include using art for good to support sustainable living and art therapy for those in need, create art projects to enrich communities, developing art education and STEAM curricula, and providing remote learning opportunities to youth and adults.
The Art Haus project also exists to work cooperatively with and in support of existing art, social, educational entities worldwide to promote its goals.