With two days to go, the Artists For Humanity EpiCenter is all about the Greatest Party on Earth. Our teens are putting the final touches on their From Above paintings. As soon as the paint dries, they will be hung for all to see.
Sculpture has created an awning made out of six-pack holders and discarded plastic bottles. Artists For Humanity has been storing trash bags of collected bottles for months, and are looking forward to putting our trash out.
Photography and video are doing their walk-throughs to capture all of the magic that happens at the Greatest Party. This year, we have a photo booth, so be sure to visit the third floor to have your picture taken in your finery.
Graphics is printing out all of the signage to recognize John Hancock and all of our fantastic event sponsors. Youth are creating buttons, t-shirts, name tags, and signage. Lots and lots of activity and hard work at the EpiCenter.
Scroll down to see some of the behind of the scenes activity. We still have some tickets available at the door, so come on down to the Artists For Humanity EpiCenter on Saturday for what is truly shaping up to be the Greatest Party on Earth!
Gary Chen working on his first large scale painting for the Greatest Party. Gary just started with us earlier this year and has been an absolute super-star. Meet him and see his art this Saturday.
Junia Ryan putting the final touches on her canvas.
Our studios have been a-buzz all month as our kids are stretching their creativity on canvas for the From Above series, all for sale at the Greatest Party on Earth.
Lexi Zotov turns trash into art.
Reggie Pinckney, AFH teen videographer back in our painting studio working on his take on From Above.