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It is with great sadness that we mourn the passing of our beloved immediate past Board President, Linda Baker. Linda passed away at her home on March 31, 2014, surrounded by loved ones. She was a charismatic and much-loved leader and friend. Linda was a woman of amazing talents and a huge heart. During her[…read more…]

We’ve got room on our team for a qualified full time Development Manager. Here’s a brief summary: In alignment with our Strategic Plan, this position manages and meets annual fundraising goals through the cultivation and maintenance of a portfolio of community leaders and individuals, focusing on major gifts, corporate sponsorship, and foundation grants; leads cultivation[…read more…]

Hornall Anderson Design used to be our founder’s stomping grounds. When Steffanie Lorig left in 2001, she left to pursue Art with Heart full time. Throughout the years, Hornall has graciously supported various fundraisers such as the Color of Hope, as well as friend-raisers, hosting our book launch parties at their amazing HAX Lab. Late[…read more…]

Intern with Us!

January 27th, 2014.

We’re seeking qualified interns for spring and summer! Visit our Internship Page for full descriptions of the available for-credit internships. Interested individuals should send a cover letter expressing intent and availability, along with a résumé featuring relevant experiences to .

Art with Heart founder Steffanie Lorig will be speaking at Seattle University’s annual Search for Meaning Book Festival about Art with Heart’s latest book, Draw It Out. She and co-author Rosalie Frankel of Seattle Children’s Hospital will share about the book in a talk entitled “Draw It Out: Providing Hope and Healing for Children Facing Loss.”[…read more…]

COLOR OF HOPE Benefit Luncheon

October 24th, 2013.

Join us for an amazing and inspiring afternoon of healing, help and hope to benefit children in need. We are delighted to invite you to celebrate the work that you make possible at Art with Heart’s signature fundraising event of the year! This year’s event is going to be very special – you won’t want[…read more…]

Art with Heart was humbled to be invited to be part of Newtown continued healing process as they approached the one-year anniversary of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting. While we were there, you could sense that tensions were high as folks wondered how the anniversary date would affect the children. We were honored that Healing Newtown, the Newtown Cultural Arts[…read more…]

Art with Heart is honored to announce our special guest speakers at the upcoming Color of Hope Benefit Luncheon, Jenifer Vaughan and Sarah Roman who will be joining us from Newtown, CT where they are volunteers who are both working to help their community heal after the Sandy Hook shooting. Since the tragic loss of[…read more…]

Oct. 21 @ 8:30 am & Oct. 22 @ 4:30 pm Join us for Art with Heart’s CHILL & SPILL INTENSIVE TRAINING which provides a road-map for using Chill & Spill to effectively reach high-risk youth, using creative expression to pave the way. This bi-yearly 1.5 day training will equip you to bring the Chill[…read more…]

Art with Heart is pleased to announce that we will be conducting a Chill & Spill Intensive Training for mental health professionals in Newtown, CT on October 4-5, 2013. We are being hosted by Healing Newtown – a program created by the Cultural Arts Commission in response to the Sandy Hook tragedy which centers on[…read more…]