Thanks everyone who stopped to see us at the Spring 2018 Maker's Market! We had a blast making crafts and hosting a pop-up photo shoot, here are some photos from the day!
We had a blast at our 2018 Earth Day Clean up and picnic! We had a successful canoe-pioneered trash pick up along the Yahara River, and celebrated with snacks, games, and a pop-up photo shoot! Here are some photos from the day.
We've taken a hiatus over the winter, hibernating with some big ideas for Community Unity Arts. We're excited to announce workshops with CUA! Just check out our UPCOMING EVENTS or our FACEBOOK PAGE to see what's on deck and reserve your spot!
Here's a video from a recent workshop we did, led by guest artist Jenie Gao. We hope to see you at a workshop soon!
The weather was fabulous and the wares were plentiful at the first ever Worthington-Darbo Pop-Up Market! CUA had a great time with another pop-up photo shoot and face painting station nestled in the non-profit and arts and crafts section of the market. Mad props to Jenny Green for envisioning the market and making it happen... we can't wait for the next one!
What a lovely time we had at the Brentwood Block Party; bubbles, music, dunk tanks, free books and more! CUA set up another pop-up photo shoot, and it was a total hit! If you're interested in attending our next pop-up shoot, find us at the Darbo-Worthington pop-up market on Saturday, September 30th in the Salvation Army parking lot from 2-5pm. In the meantime, check out our photos from Brentwood Family Night:
What a beautiful Saturday we had for our first annual Playstomp! Although the pop-up photo shoot kept our photographer Amanda Swan quite busy, there were lots of fun events, including cookie decorating, slime-making, face painting, tie-dyeing, silly yoga (and regular yoga!), and more! We were wowed by Drum Power and guest breakdancer Sasha Vulovic (all the way from Detroit), and were able to be speed-clocked by officers of MPD to see how fast we could run - the top speed was 13 mph, by the way!
This event was a beautiful display of the work Community Unity Arts has been doing in the Darbo-Worthington neighborhood, bringing neighbors and folks from around Madison together under the umbrella of creative expression and joyful celebration. Check out our photos from the event here (and see if you can spot Madison Police Chief Mike Koval - hint: he looks like he just came down from the mountain!):