On Saturday, September 26, ArtCorps friends & staff turned out in force to celebrate social change through creative action hosted by John Archer at his eclectic estate. Event goers experienced the work ArtCorps does in the field by creating a group poetry piece, danced to Afro-Latin tunes with the help of Salsa instructor Greg Cole, and bid on the Live Art created by Ben Stebbings and the chance to win dinner and drawing instruction for 10 with John Archer. Raffle winners received wine and whiskey cellars and a Cuba adventure with ArtCorps. “We’re so grateful to our supporters, without whom our training of community leaders at the frontlines of social change simply could not happen,” said Clare Dowd, ArtCorps Executive Director. “Together tonight, we celebrated the roles that creativity and innovation play in building a vibrant, just and sustainable world.”

ArtCorps would like to recognize these event sponsors: • New England BioLabs • New England BioLabs Foundation • Diane Faissler • Cell Signaling Technology • The Hamilton Group • Janney Montgomery • The Gentle Giant • Wakefield Emergency Medical Group • Rafius Fane Gallery • Equal Exchange

With Special Thanks To: John Archer, Benjamin Stebbings, Carrie Cole, Central Bottle, Julio’s, the ArtCorps Board of Directors and team of volunteers.

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"I arrived lacking in so many aspects, but before the end of the three days, the harvest was abundance. The training has completely shaped and enriched me with a world of knowledge and creative skills that will not only be useful to my organization, but for the communities where we work. My sincere thanks and appreciation to the facilitators who, in just three days, were able transform me from a leader to a creative leader." - Dr. Felix Lawir, Director, Nature Care Cameroon

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