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Building Community through Arts and Culture

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Let's Make Art Together

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Events & Workshops

Storytelling is about making an authentic, human connection.

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Mini Doc: My Happy Is

A topic that restores my faith in humanity and the power of social connections is the exploration of happiness, and what it means to different people. In June, Lawrence Green of Time Traveling Media and I began shooting a documentary …

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Arts in the Workplace

 (Improv Workshop with Nanda Abella  for Creative Pros at Creative Colony)  Photography by WanaImage.com  Artists on a literal stage mirror the workplace, where we are on a figurative stage in our respective roles. These workshops use artistic expression and movement to …

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News & Artist Corner

The Artfullness Project serves as an informational hub for readers to learn about artists, creatives, and art forms from around the world. Get access to Arts-related studies, articles, news and press clips.  Also, be sure to keep the conversation going with us …

Art empowers, teaches, improves self-esteem and builds community

Jacqueline Lara

About Artfullness Project

Meet Jacqueline Lara

Who We

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About the Artfullness Project

The Artfullness Project brings interactive arts programming to the DC-region and beyond that educates, inspires and promotes cross-cultural understanding.  We specialize in providing creativity workshops and improv/storytelling workshops for arts enthusiasts, busy professionals and workplaces.

At Artfullness Project, we believe:

  • Art produces a euphoric feeling of fullness, freeness and gratitude
  • The storyteller matters and it’s important to tell unheard stories
  • Art empowers, teaches, improves self-esteem and builds community
  • Art is inclusive, not exclusive
  • Art expands your mind to new possibilities, new people, cultures and concepts

Continue reading to learn more about The Artfullness Project.

Jacqueline Lara

Creative Architect/Events Producer

Nanda Abella

Improv Facilitator/Actress

Tioni Collins

Improv Facilitator/Actress

Lawrence Green

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ArtFull Baby Products

The ArtFullness Project is a proud distributor of  KampInd’s line of Double Dribble bandana bibs and blankies, which celebrate culture. The creators of KampInd weren’t pleased with the offerings available, so they created their own using quality materials,  rich colors, and textures to enhance your baby’s development and attentiveness to the world. The designs are inspired and reflective of our multicultural roots.

The blankets are custom handmade using 100% cotton, fleece and assorted textured tags.

Click to buy an assorted 3-pack of Bandana Bibs and view other products in our online store.  Enjoy!
WAVY Bandana Bib from The Artfullness Project Products Inspired by Everyday Life
Kilimanjaro bib from The Artfullness Project Products Inspired by Everyday Life
Assorted 3-pack of Bandana Bibs from The Artfullness Project Products Inspired by Everyday Life
Madagascar Bib from The Artfullness Project Products Inspired by Everyday Life

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Excited to learn more about the Artfullness Project, or participate in an upcoming class or workshop? Call us at 301-244-9890 or contact Jacqueline Lara directly at jlara@artfullnessproject.org.

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Excited to learn more about the Artfullness Project, or participate in an upcoming class or workshop? Call us at 301-244-9890 or contact Jacqueline Lara directly at jlara@artfullnessproject.org.

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