The Creative Vision Factory provides individuals with behavioral health disorders an opportunity for self-expression, empowerment and recovery through the arts. Members are free to pursue a wide array of visual, literary and performing arts. Workshops, personalized instruction, and open studio time allow each artist to develop and pursue their own creative practice.
Creative Vision Factory Executive Director, Michael Kalmbach and Sergeant Malcolm Stoddard of the Wilmington Police Department discuss their collaboration on the 400 block of Market Street on the Delaware State of the Arts radio show. Listen to the podcast here:COVERAGE OF THE KALMAR NYCKEL MURAL!
SUPPORT THE CREATIVE VISION FACTORY WITH YOUR PURCHASE OF THIS SET OF 12 NOTE CARDS FEATURING THE ARTWORK AND STORIES OF THE FACTORY ARTISTS.
Artists featured in this year’s set include: Darryl Anderson, Penny Chelucci, Judy Dunsmore, Knicoma Frederick, Geraldo Gonzalez, Cyndi Hobson, Allen Hosking, Charles Johnson, Robert C. Lewis, Ken Segal, and Liz Zawisza. Each box costs $20 and contains 12 cards and envelopes. Proceeds go directly to the Creative Vision Factory Supply Fund.
Support a great cause while taking care of your holiday shopping! Buy your set today!
Detail of Cyndi Hobson’s note card:
To order and pay for your note card sets by check: Make your check out to: The Creative Vision Factory, and send to: The Creative Vision Factory, ATTN: NOTE CARDS, 617 N Shipley Street, Wilmington, DE 19801. Include an additional $6 dollars to cover shipping and handling, arrangements can also be made for pick up.
Thanks for your support!
Michael Kalmbach recently sat down with Guillermina Gonzalez on the Delaware State of the Arts to discuss the genesis and the mission of The Creative Vision Factory.
Listen to the podcast here: