Collaborate in the Community

Collaborate in the Community

2015 Community Arts Highlights

Mosaic Murals in Sandtown

Living Legacy Foundation Mosaic Mural in Triangle Park
Clayworks Community Arts lead artist and Director of Community Engagement, Herb Massie worked with families from Sandtown and those who have received or have had loved ones to donate tissues through the Living Legacy Foundation to create tiles for a large installation on the horizontal surface of the exterior fountain in Triangle Park, a city park in Sandtown across from Jubilee Arts, the partner and location of all programming and workshops.

PNC Transformative Art Prize BOPA Façade Mural with Jubilee Arts
Clayworks Community Arts lead artist, Dominique Hellgeth worked with other community artists and over 100 participants to create a 36’x3.5’ mural to be installed in the façade of the Harris-Marcus Center, home to Jubilee Arts and the Clayworks’ Clay for All! Studio in west Baltimore.

Art@Work Mosaic House Signs with Youthworks
Clayworks Community Arts lead artist and Director of Community Engagement, Herb Massie, worked with ten young people during the summer months to create two dozen mosaic house numbers for residents of Stricker Street, a city block in the west Baltimore neighborhood of Sandtown. Massie taught teenagers how to create with mosaics as a part of the Art@Work initiative with Youthworks, paying teens to be working artists out of our studios at Jubilee Arts.



Baltimore Clayworks Community Arts continued to bring high quality arts programming to young people, families, seniors and those in recovery all over Baltimore City and County and expanded to new sites, developing new partnerships. Read about some of our new partners below!

Benjamin Banneker Museum
Clayworks collaborated with Baltimore County’s Benjamin Banneker Historic Park and Museum and Fall 2015 exhibition to bring hands on clay programming and historical context to over 120 young people from schools in Baltimore City and County.

Y of Central Maryland
As of fall 2015, Community Arts worked with three Y of Central Maryland sites in Baltimore City: Fort Worthington Elementary, Moravia Park and Johnston Square to bring year-long programming to students on a twice a week basis.

Linden Park Apartments
In partnership with Somerset Development, Clayworks brought weekly clay programming to senior adult residents in the newly rehabbed Linden Park Apartments in Bolten Hill.

Holistic Life Foundation
Robert W. Coleman is home to the new afterschool program, Holistic Me, which brings mindfulness to elementary students through different media: yoga, meditation, dance, art and clay! Clayworks is excited to be a part of this new initiative in the west side.