Each project is an expression of community connection
Senior women from The Don Bosco Center in Kansas City welcomed women and children from a nearby Shelter into Bloomerang workshops to build stronger community.
When Heartland Visioning invited residents in Topeka, Kansas to re-imagine their community, they dreamed of an arts district where they could meet-up, shop and celebrate their creativity.
Nearly 300 people from the ages of 1 to 93 participated in Bloomerang workshops, generating art for a gallery of color that lined the streets of NOTO in the early days.
Previously deserted and unsafe, the emerging arts district revealed its new soul and received coverage in the New York Times and on a Microsoft “Bing It On” commercial.
Camp Wood YMCA wanted to give city kids a chance to discover the world's last Tall Grass Prairie, which happened to be in their own backyard.
They also wanted the campers to bring their experience into a new dining hall to help communicate the camp's core mission.
MAINSTREET MAKEOVERS, GLASS INSTALLATIONS and so much more
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Seattle Eastside: Bloomerang at Summerfest, first steps in creating colorful banners for Kirkland's Lake Street.
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