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ACCESSIBLE ART MAKING FROM OUR SPIRAL Q HOMES TO YOURS 

In the wake of COVID 19 we have launched “Art at Home with Spiral Q”; a way for our communities to find solace and healing in art-making as well as a way to connect to important themes of this current moment. New videos released every week. We’d love to see what you’ve created! Share your project results with us on social media by tagging @spiralq or email us a pic or video at community@spiralq.org

STOP MOTION VIDEOS
Spiral Q co-director Liza shares some tips for making stop motion videos with your iPhone or Android smart phone and shares ways you can help support the campaign to shut down the Berks County Family Detention during this health crisis. 
You can contact Governor Wolf today and every day – 717-787-2500 and @governortomwolf to demand he issue and ERO and shut down Berks.
BANNER OF NEIGHBOR SUPPORT

Spiral Q work-study apprentices, and Tyler School of Art students, Jadan and Val show you how you can make a banner out of an old t-shirt to hang outside your house to show community support and share a message. 

SCRIBBLES!

Spiral Q work-study apprentice and Tyler School of Art student Jadan shares a simple activity to release your pent up energy into beautiful art. 

MAKE A MASK TO EXPRESS YOUR EMOTIONS
Spiral Q co-director @liza.goodell shares how to make a mask to express how you are feeling – using materials that would have otherwise been thrown away. 

 

 

COLLAGE AND BLACKOUT POETRY
Spiral Q work-study apprentices, and Tyler School of Art students, Jadan and Val share an activity that taps into your unconscious and brings it out in imagery as you mark up and collage junk mail and other recyclable materials.
music by Meg O’Donnell

 

 

RECYCLED PAPER BEADS
Accessible art-making activities from our Spiral Q homes to yours toward mental health, expression, and advocacy. Spiral Q work-study apprentice Jadan shares an activity that takes old magazines and turns them into something new and beautiful in your personal style.
music by Meg O’Donnell

 

 

FONTS FOR YOUR FAVES
Spiral Q work-study apprentice and Temple student, Ada, shares her first video and activity. Create unique and meaningful lettering that spells out the name of someone you care about. music by Meg O’Donnell