We are committed to offering all of the workshops in our studio free of charge! 

there are many ways to support living art!

community partnership

We enjoy meaningful partnerships with other organizations in our community working to make a difference. If you'd like more information on becoming a Living Art partner, please contact us.

Sponsor an event

Living Art holds several fundraising events each year, including First Friday events and the Living Art Light Show. We are grateful to our sponsors for making these events a success, and we enjoy highlighting their support in our community. If you'd like to sponsor an event, please contact us.

Buy a set of collage cards

Send your friends and family a piece of Living Art! These cards were created in our studio and can be purchased in sets to support our workshops. To read more, or purchase, you can click on the above image.

donate art supplies

We happily accept donations of supplies, and can use a wide variety of items. We can often be heard to say, “If you can think of it, we probably have it. This is, in large part, thanks to our generous donors. Please give us a call at 549-5329 to arrange a drop off time.

In Memorium gifts

Make a donation to celebrate the memory of someone you’ve lost. We will honor this gift by adding their name to our memorial gallery, which can be viewed by clicking on this photo. We are also in the process of designing an art installation for our studio where these names will be featured in a creative and honoring way.

other ways to give

Other giving opportunities include writing a check toward our annual ask, monthly giving, bequests, stock transfers, supporting Living Art through Amazon Smile, facilitating workshops, etc. We hope you'll choose a way that's meaningful to you!


Last year Living Art...

  • provided 68 art workshops: 33 Saturday workshops, 6 multi-sessions, and 2 sessions of Cancer, Courage and Creativity for a total of 144 workshop hours.

  • did a new outreach program at Community Cancer Care and Prevention. This was a 9 week project doing chair side art with patients while they received chemotherapy. We'd like to offer this other places and do more of this kind of outreach!

  • saw a 57% increase in participants which includes a 14% increase in new participants.

  • saw a 72% increase in capacity in Saturday workshops.

  • operated with an annual budget of $126,412.63.