Big Public Murals
We love making big art on big walls for cities, festivals, and museums.
Watch this short clip of a Tape Art mural featured in the award-winning documentary More Art Upstairs. The documentary has been screened at the Hot Dog Film Festival (2017) and the Nantucket Film Festival (2017).
Tape Art Education & Workshops
We have over two decades of experience teaching in a wide range of educational settings, including special education. We have introduced Tape Art to over 50,000 first-time drawers.
Here is a video from a week-long residency in which a local high school was completely transformed with tape.
The content of school workshops can reinforce the curriculum students are learning in their classrooms. Here is an example of students illustrating history.
View Roger Williams Project PDF
Corporate Art Education & Leadership Training
Good art-making processes are a mirror for good leadership practices. We have spent over 20 years training thousands of corporate leaders to be better collaborators, risk-takers, and innovators through art experiences. These workshops fuse business lessons with best-practice from the world of art.
This TEDx Providence Talk dives into how Tape Art workshops can be a powerful diagnostic tool for corporate leadership. Or read our article published in The Smart Manager. View Smart Manager Article PDF
Community Tape Art
The Tape Art Crew works with communities to create collaborative art experiences that start difficult dialogues, provide groups of people a public voice, and help communities envision a better future together.
Here is a short video about Tape Art's collaboration with the Oishei Foundation, Cornell High Road Fellows, and the Lipsey Buffalo Architecture Center in June 2017. Teams transformed narratives about the social issues of Buffalo, NY into stories about solutions and social justice. View Project PDF
We are celebrating 30 years of taping with a book on our process of collaborative Tape Art! Get a look into the amazing world of large-scale, collaborative art-making and how you can bring these experiences to your community.