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“Art Haus uses art for good. We employ artists to impact the city of Chattanooga  via community art projects for good.”

MISSION

The Art Haus Project selects artists and residents to go out into the community and make it better via transformational visual arts projects and youth mentorships. 

ABOUT
Developed by artist and educator Harlan Lovestone and inspired by Germany’s Bauhaus,   The Art Haus Project is a unique concept that is fiscally sponsored through the arts nonprofit Fractured Atlas with the goal of promoting visual art through youth mentorships that feature project-based learning to solve community problems in Chattanooga and beyond using art.

The Art Haus project also exists to work cooperatively with and in support of existing art organizations in Chattanooga offering educational workshops and community learning to all.

In January 2020, The Art Haus Project will relaunch in Chattanooga, TN seeking to acquire studio/gallery space to carry out its mission. This would ideally be done by sharing space with an existing art nonprofit.  Your support and donations are needed to move forward.  The Art Haus Project strives to support creativity and build communities while encouraging ideas for better living and learning.

Sponsor & Support

DONATE NOW!
Through your partnership and contribution, we can build a dream house…The Art Haus!
IMMEDIATE GOALS:
 
Phase 1: MEET FISCAL SPONSORSHIP STIPULATION TO APPLY FOR GRANTS

Raise $1000 from friends and supporters as a stipulation of fiscal sponsorship in order to apply for grants to fund and develop art programs, exhibitions, and workshops that will benefit creatives and underserved communities as well as at-risk youth in the South East and other regions across America.

Phase 2: DEVELOP AN ART STUDIO/MAKER SPACE

Raise $100,000 in capital through gifts, grants, donations to develop a low-cost Art Haus art studio. This studio will also act as an arts hub/makerspace with opportunities to train and teach individuals and at-risk youth in art practices such as painting, drawing, sculpture, and crafts as well as lifelong learning in skills such as computer coding, horticulture, carpentry,  mechanics,  sustainable energy, naturopathy, and more.  After learning these skills participants would be able to return to their communities to share them with others and create systems that enable them to thrive artistically, economically, and sustainably.

Contact

Call  864.729.9910