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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.

ABOUT
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.

 

Sponsor & Support

Through your partnership and contribution, we can build a dream house…The Art Haus!

Donate now at Fractured Atlas!
IMMEDIATE GOALS:
 
1: RAISE $1000 TO MEET FISCAL SPONSORSHIP  TO APPLY FOR GRANTS  TO FUND ARTS PROGRAMMING.

Raise $1000 from friends and supporters as a stipulation of fiscal sponsorship, in order to apply for grants to fund and develop art programs and remote learning that will benefit children, creatives, and underserved communities in the South Eastern United States and other regions across the globe.

When this goal is achieved project can then apply for grants for:

  • Producing free art education materials, training,  and media online for kids in grades K-6.
  • Providing youth ages 5-17 with art supplies to use at home in the wake of the pandemic.
  • Establishing an outdoor digital mural and video projection program to support community art.
  • Develop traditional murals and other forms of public art to beautify neighborhoods.
  • Curating exhibitions to stir communication and art discourse  across various communities.

2: DEVELOP A SUSTAINABLE TINY HOUSE VILLAGE THROUGH DONATIONS AND CROWDFUNDING FOR THOSE FACING A HOUSING CRISIS.

The United States is facing a housing crisis as never before.  The Art Haus Project seeks to raise capital through donations to develop a Sustainable Tiny House Village in rural Tennessee.  This village would provide housing as well as skills in arts and crafts,  computer coding, horticulture, carpentry,  mechanics,   naturopathy, and more to families and individuals facing financial crises in exchange for their services to maintain the community as caretakers and help others.   The skills learned would foster physical and emotional well-being,  independence, and economic stability along with the housing provided.  The village would also make use of community vehicles and include farms in which residents could grow their own food and possibly start business enterprises as micro-farmers.

To contribute to this campaign please visit this link  https://www.gofundme.com/f/help-create-a-tiny-house-village

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