Our son Connor always loved and cared for young children, and he loved most things creative: making art, scripting movies, building with Legos, writing stories, drawing. Bringing healing to children rescued from slavery just made sense. So we kept doing it. You may not have ever lost a child, but you can make a difference in the life of one. Help us sing Connor’s Song.
Art Feeds is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization that exists to mobilize creative healing and encourage creative development. We are a Mobile Arts Center and community of individuals dedicated to the growth and healing of children through art.
Name: Ally Root Age: 27 years old How long have you wanted to do what you do?: I realized toward the end of my senior year of college (2009) that I wanted to become an art therapist. I had a strong background in both psychology and fine arts and this path seemed to be a [...]
In 2013, as a result of generous support and hard work, the Connor Creative Art Center opened at the Touch A Life Care Center in Kumasi, Ghana. The brightly colored, Lego-shaped building stands as a vibrant legacy for one beautiful young life and as an unyielding hope for many others. The center serves as a [...]
By Ron Deal Question: What do you get when you cross 10 master’s level students studying marriage and family therapy (at Lipscomb University), four licensed therapists, one professor, and 52 children living on the Touch A Life Care Center? Answer: A lot of listening, learning, and FUN! In our last post (see Art Work is [...]