Public Art Exhibits on Being There
Help Each Other Out sparks dialogues that turn empathy into action—by hosting participatory art in public spaces and sharing simple tips that work.
We use participatory art as a catalyst for conversation and to crowdsource a library of gestures that can help us all get through rough times. In collaboration with nonprofits, artists, HEO volunteers, and neighborhood businesses, we collectively embrace two ideas: that being there matters and sharing what works can help make it easier to do.
Volunteer to hang up posters in your neighborhood. See a toolkit here and email us.
The Dinner Party: Life After Loss
Nonprofit partner The Dinner Party
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Seeing Through: On Cancer and Connection
Nonprofit partners BAYS (Bay Area Young Survivors) and The Shanti Project
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