Community Painting Event en Flagstaff

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On June 24th and 25th, the non-profit Community Assistance Teams (CATs) of Flagstaff, an Indigenous focused service provider for shelterless relatives living in Flagstaff, will be hosting a community painting event to finish their Mobile Outreach Center, the event will be led by Dine artis Jesse Yazzie with help from another Dine artist Jayme Shepard from 10am to 6pm each day at the Flagstaff Mall. CATs is looking for volunteers who would like a chance to work with Mr. Yazzie and Mr. Shepard as the paint their mural on the bus which will be driving the streets of Flagstaff as of July 7th. Individuals or groups interested in and able to paint the exterior of the bus please contact CATs for scheduling details or come by the mall during the times indicated. It is completely free to participate.

CATs mission statement, which is available on their website (cats-of-flagstaff.org), is to "provide sanctuary, services and compassion to unsheltered relatives living on the streets of Flagstaff whose lives have been upended by personal and historic trauma." "Providing a welcoming reception is central to CATs mission and that includes designing a culturally relative space for those in need of our services" explains Wendy White, co-founder of CATs. With that in mind Mr. Yazzie and Mr. Shepard are perfect artists to collaborate, design and paint the Indigenous-focused, mural which will soon be seen driving Flagstaff's city streets. Adding more, Mr. Yazzie's personal story of overcoming hurdles weaves perfectly into CATs overall mission.

Price: Free: USD 0.00

Category: Community | Fundraisers | Volunteer

Date and Time: Friday June 24, 2022 at 10:00 am to Saturday June 25, 2022 at 6:00 pm

Venue details: Flagstaff Mall, 4650 U.S. 89, Flagstaff, Arizona, 86004, United States

Area: Phoenix ›
Categoría: Eventos ›
Subcategoría: Eventos Comunitarios ›

On June 24th and 25th, the non-profit Community Assistance Teams (CATs) of Flagstaff, an Indigenous focused service provider for shelterless relatives living in Flagstaff, will be hosting a community painting event to finish their Mobile Outreach Center, the event will be led by Dine artis Jesse Yazzie with help from another Dine artist Jayme Shepard from 10am to 6pm each day at the Flagstaff Mall. CATs is looking for volunteers who would like a chance to work with Mr. Yazzie and Mr. Shepard as the paint their mural on the bus which will be driving the streets of Flagstaff as of July 7th. Individuals or groups interested in and able to paint the exterior of the bus please contact CATs for scheduling details or come by the mall during the times indicated. It is completely free to participate.

CATs mission statement, which is available on their website (cats-of-flagstaff.org), is to "provide sanctuary, services and compassion to unsheltered relatives living on the streets of Flagstaff whose lives have been upended by personal and historic trauma." "Providing a welcoming reception is central to CATs mission and that includes designing a culturally relative space for those in need of our services" explains Wendy White, co-founder of CATs. With that in mind Mr. Yazzie and Mr. Shepard are perfect artists to collaborate, design and paint the Indigenous-focused, mural which will soon be seen driving Flagstaff's city streets. Adding more, Mr. Yazzie's personal story of overcoming hurdles weaves perfectly into CATs overall mission.

Price: Free: USD 0.00

Category: Community | Fundraisers | Volunteer

Date and Time: Friday June 24, 2022 at 10:00 am to Saturday June 25, 2022 at 6:00 pm

Venue details: Flagstaff Mall, 4650 U.S. 89, Flagstaff, Arizona, 86004, United States

Area: Phoenix ›
Categoría: Eventos ›
Subcategoría: Eventos Comunitarios ›
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