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ArtReach Reaches New Heights with Haiti and a New Executive Director
Posted by 16 February 2014
The ArtReach® Foundation returns to its roots to benefit children who suffer from war and natural disaster, with a new Executive Director to lead the way. ArtReach announced this month that Martha Henson has joined the 15-year-old organization as Executive Director to lead their newest initiative, Project Haiti.  Henson comes to ArtReach with over 18 years of experience working in marketing and nonprofits and has managed and contributed to Fortune 500 and start up businesses.  Henson began as a co-founder and publisher of KNOWAtlanta Magazine, the first national relocation publication targeting newcomers to the city. She joined SPANX Inc., 2005...
Opening Reception to Support ArtReach at One Ten Gallery
Posted by 01 December 2013
The ArtReach Foundation would like to invite all of you on November 4th, from 6-9pm, to attend the opening of ONE TEN Gallery, 110 East Andrews, Suite 9, Atlanta GA 30305 15% of all sales the weekend of November 4-6 will benefit The ArtReach Foundation. RSVP: brook@onetengallery.com...
A Big Cheer Goes Out to TFR’s Partner Institution in Amman
Posted by 30 November 2013
The Jordan National Gallery’s wonderful mobile art educational program for children has received recognition for its innovative approach. What could be better than to have an exciting Touring Museum bring its original artwork to your town under the leadership of an acclaimed artist such as Suheil Baqaeen. He can make color, lines and shapes come alive and be more fun than you can imagine. Kudos to our dear colleagues, Dr. Khalid Khreis, Mr. Khalil al-Majal and Suheil on this very successful outreach project! Read more about it in the New York Times here....
ArtReach Salutes Creative Arts Therapists: National Creative Arts Therapies Week Mar 17-23
Posted by 28 March 2013
During a week in March each year, Creative Arts Therapists sponsor workshops, exhibitions, and other events to share their work with the public. The ArtReach Model incorporates the collaborative work of Creative Arts Therapists in bringing healing interventions to traumatized children and adults. We appreciate each of our ArtReach Creative Arts Therapists who serve as Supervisors, Trainers, and Advisors, and salute the more than 15,000 Creative Arts Therapists in the US and worldwide working to ameliorate suffering and optimize health. The event ArtReach held during NCAT Week was a Workshop for Women Warriors, Clinicians, and Artists....
January 2013 Newsletter
Posted by 24 January 2013
Click here to download a printable version of the newsletter! Message from the Founder: Recently I heard a quote from one of our donors, the late Dorothy McClatchey, who said “To be in the moment is to be between the fruits of the past and the seeds of the future”. How perfectly she captured where The ArtReach Foundation stands at any given moment. Over the life of this non-profit, now in its fifteenth year, our annual newsletters have reflected on the previous year’s “fruits”. With fruit, there are always seeds for new growth and bounty. ArtReach’s 2012 was no different....
ArtReach’s work in Jordan in 2011
Posted by 09 January 2013
Check out this video made in 2011 about our work in Jordan! ArtReach Foundation Promotional Video from Zeena Lattouf on Vimeo....
Thank You To Mary Beth Johnson, Jewerly Designer!
Posted by 16 October 2012
The ArtReach Foundation would like to offer our sincere thanks and a shout out to Mary Beth Johnson, jewelry designer and supporter of our mission! Just in time for holiday shopping, we invite you to visit MiaLena Designs page and learn about its Founder, Mary Beth Johnson. Marybeth lives in Tuscon and became aware of ArtReach’s work during our “Breaking the Veils U.S.Tour” in 2009. At that time, Mary Beth met by chance our Tour Co-Chair, Katrina Griessman and learned about our mission. Since then, she has held the idea of one day making a bracelet to sell that would...
Announcing E-greeting cards in time for the Holiday Season!
Posted by 16 September 2012
We are thrilled to announce that we have partnered with Drawn to Give, an innovative supporter of non-profits, and are now selling ArtReach e-greeting cards! Drawn to Give amazingly hosts e-greeting card galleries for non-profits, free of charge, and donates a large percentage of the sale back to us. The holidays are right around the corner, and is a great occasion to send someone an e-greeting card, and support ArtReach! It costs only $2.00 to send a card. Check out the gallery here: https://drawntogive.com/art-reach-foundation From Drawntogive.com: Drawn to Give is an environmentally friendly platform for non-profit and charitable organizations to...
January 2012 Newsletter
Posted by 30 January 2012
Click here to download a printable version of the newsletter! All News is Big News in 2012 for ArtReach: Many Big ‘Firsts’ Fire Up the Foundation From the Year Gone By! “Real art connects. It connects us with ourselves and one another. It leads us to discover new truths and helps to illuminate the humanity we share.” -Queen Rania-Al Abdullah of Jordan Message from the Founder: As we share a time of struggle for so many, we also share hope for this New Year to bring joy and possibility for a better future. Despite the challenges during 2011, The ArtReach...
Out of the Box Thinking for Doctors in the Middle East
Posted by 26 July 2011
Dr. Lattouf host conference speakers to dinner at Kan Zaman
At the Invitation of the International Academy of Medicine’s Annual Summit on Cardio Metabolic Syndrome, Susan Anderson and Christopher Morley, MPH presented the use of the ArtReach Model® in a session called “Beyond Trauma: Novel Stress Reduction Techniques In Post-Operative Cardiovascular Patients, Families, & Providers”. This June gathering in Amman, Jordan of 400 physicians learned about published research evidence with the regards to the use of the creative arts in medicine. This presentation also included the history, development, and anecdotal data of The ArtReach Foundation’s work in various populations....
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