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Clothesline art from the community “Put Yourself on the Line” for Health Care.

The Transylvania NAACP hosts a community art project known as “Put yourself on the line!” They bring in a clothesline, fabric, markers, and easels and invite the community to create art on the chosen topic. On May 3rd, Transylvania Indivisible partnered with the NAACP. Brevard Brewing hosted the clothesline and the topic was Health Care. Members of the community shared their thoughts and dreams on health care. We wanted to share them with you here.

On July 29, 2017, we held the event again in downtown Brevard.  Here are the contributions we collected.  Thanks to all of those who helped and contributed.

 

 

 

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“Put Yourself on the Line” community art project held at the Phoenix & The Fox with a focus on Parks & Forests on May 17, 2017

On May 17, 2017 the Transylvania NAACP hosted our community art project at The Phoenix and the Fox..  The topic for the event was PARKS & FORESTS..  People shared their thoughts and dreams on Parks and Forest by creating art and hanging it on our clothesline.  It was a great evening!

 

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Don’t pave paradise and put up a parking lot clothesline art with Kathy Voltz
picture about making community art
Share your heart about parks and forests
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“Put Yourself on the Line” community art project holds event at Brevard Brewing with a focus on Health Care

On May 3, 2017 the Transylvania NAACP held its second community art project at Brevard Brewing.  The topic for the event was HEALTH CARE.  People shared
their thoughts and dreams on health Care by creating art and hanging it on our clothesline.  Many thanks to them for sharing!

A video of what they created will be available soon!

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“Put Yourself on the Line” community art project kicks off at Brevard College with a focus on Diversity

April 15, 2017 the Transylvania NAACP kicked off their community art project at Brevard College.  The topic for the event was DIVERSITY.  People shared
their thoughts and dreams on Diversity by creating art and hanging it on our clothesline.  Many thanks to them for sharing!

Here is a video of what they created!

Want to display the Diversity art?  Let us know.  Contact us at TransNAACP@gmail.com