© 2018 the Daydreamz Project. a 501c3 non-profit

    This project was supported by the North Carolina Arts Council, a division of the Department of Natural and Cultural Resources.

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About Daydreamz project

We believe that creativity is the “Language of the Soul,” and that both the creative process and the witnessing of these collaborations is empowering for participants and community members alike.

Daydreamz story

Daydreamz is an Artistic Collective founded by a small group of artists who saw unmet needs in their communities’ and felt obliged to use their talents and gifts to address them.

​Daydreamz was borne from a passion, to bring the “voice of the unheard” to light. We do this through workshops & activities in Expressive Arts: mask-making, collage, journal-making, movement, drama, parades, murals, community performances, exhibitions, and events.


Awakening individuals to the boundless resource of their own creativity empowers them to create alternate directions for the future, their own and the community’s.

Testimonials

"as you know, our family needs to ... get to that deeper place!  Thank you for being here to help them get there!!!  

The very last thing that is, is "frivolous" for us."

"You have opened up a whole new world of possibilities for me to see"

Wanda Mills

 

Open Door - partner

 

"the children have really grown with her. They learn they can be somebody, and she reaches them at a level many of us can't."

Susan Paoletti,

 

Past Events & Projects: 
Since Daydreamz begining in 2000, our projects have included:

North Carolina (2008 - present)

 

  • Birdhouse Bash - an annual invitation for Community-Creativity 
  • D.E.F.T. Players inclusive theater arts exploration, since 2013
  • a senior citizen & special-needs Community Garden in Waynesville,
  • annual Abuse awareness survivor-art galleries at WCU, SCC, & more...

Colorado (2002 - '08)

 

  • senior citizen & youth parades & presentations throughout Denver, 
  • annual Abuse awareness survivor-art galleries,

Arizona (2000 - '02)

  • youth video projects in Flagstaff, AZ with Native American youth,
  • a women's retreat in Sedona, AZ,
  • Expressive Arts workshops at Northern Arizona University
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