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.
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.
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RECENT PROJECT SHOWCASE
In June, Apple's Michigan Ave. Store asked us to help celebrate Pride Month. Together with 200+ people we created a 60 foot by 60 foot mural on the Pioneer Court Plaza in the heart of downtown Chicago. People from every continent except Antartica participated in this positive and inclusive public work of art.
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Carl Allegretti - Managing Partner Deloitte US, Chicago
we all live here murals should be in every community to remind us of the importance of equality, inclusivity and unity.
Pulaski Elementary Kindergarten Teacher
“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.”
Walter Dyett High School Principal
"I can't believe the kids were shushing each other so they wouldn't miss what you were saying..."
Angela Ahrendts - Senior Vice President of Retail at Apple
The Chicago community gathered today to celebrate positivity and inclusion at Apple Michigan Ave with this public mural.