Street to Street delivers education and art therapy to young people experiencing social exclusion and inequality. With a focus on both healing and skill development, the program aims to enhance the artistic abilities of beneficiaries, empowering them to establish small businesses and support themselves and their communities.
Have you ever had feelings you couldn’t quite describe? Art can help beneficiaries tap into their subconscious and express emotions. Through collaborative creation, we help beneficiaries explore and acknowledge those hidden feelings and better understand themselves.
Creating something with your own two hands can be incredibly empowering. Whether you’re a seasoned artist or a complete beginner, making art gives you a sense of accomplishment that can improve your self-confidence and self-appreciation.
Sometimes words aren’t enough to express the complex emotions that we feel. Art can be a powerful tool for releasing those feelings and fears that we might otherwise keep bottled up. Whether using paint, clay, or any other medium, creating art can be a healthy outlet for expressing and processing difficult emotions.
Dealing with anxiety, depression, or emotional trauma can be incredibly taxing on mental and physical health. That’s where art comes in. Creating art can help you to relax your mind and body, providing a much-needed escape from the stresses of everyday life.