WE UNITE COMMUNITIES
THROUGH PUBLIC ART INSTALLATIONS
TRANSLATED IN ANY LANGUAGE TO BRING INCLUSIVITY
PROVIDING SOLUTIONS FOR INDIVIDUALS, COMPANIES AND EDUCATION

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schools

We teach the importance of inclusivity and equality by developing programs for schools through our ACT program, which leverages art, community and technology. Our programs are meant to foster creativity, curiosity and confidence. Learn more.

businesses

Need a way to unite, engage and empower your employees? We offer custom workshops, public art installations and volunteer opportunities using we all live here as the main theme. Learn more. 

individuals

Are you a designer, artist, developer or entrepreneur interested in inspiring the youth through a positive message? We need your help and would love to hear from you. Learn more.

WALH COMMUNITY GLOBE

Join we all live here to take part in one of the largest community tile murals ever created. The goal of this 40 ft x 40 ft tile mural is to create a physical manifestation of what can be accomplished when communities and people unite and work together regardless of race, gender, sexual orientation, etc. At the day, we are each a small pixel in this world, but it requires a lot of pixels to create change. #we all live here

Thanks to the generosity of key partners + donors, all materials have been provided, but we need the help of the community and individuals like you to bring this installation to life! 

Click here to learn more and purchase tickets (tiles.) To recognize contributions, names of PARTICIPANTS and SUPPORTERS will be engraved on a steel plaque alongside the mural. 

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Testimonials

“Literally seeing the words “we all live here” in English and Spanish every day has gotten us talking about it. First it was explaining to the students what it means; now it is the kiddos sharing their various experiences of living or seeing “we all live here” in action. It’s been the perfect way to tie our IB learner profiles and attitudes into the community around us - again, literally and figuratively.”

Pulaski Elementary Kindergarten Teacher

"I can't believe the kids were shushing each other so they wouldn't miss what you were saying..."

Walter Dyett High School Principal