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The third event of our virtual Meditative Art Series was Closed-Eye Collage – a fun, creative, and meditative process taught by Sarah Schneiderman. Although this event has passed, you can still purchase access to the recording of the class to follow along with on your own time. E-mail info@beautybeyond.org for more information.

Suggested materials:
– Glue (not hot glue)
– One sturdy piece of paper at least 8″x10″
– Scissors
– Magazines, junk mail, old letters, pamphlets, newspaper, ribbons, thin junk like clean food wrappers, whatever you have lying around
– Mark making tools – pen, pencils, crayons, pastels, markers, whatever you like to use

Beauty Beyond Borders made the decision to give the money raised from this event to Revive Recovery Center in Nashua, NH.

The second event of our virtual Meditative Art Series was Watercolor Doodling – a fun, creative, and meditative process. Although this event has passed, you can still purchase a Watercolor Doodling kit and the recording of the class to follow along with on your own time. E-mail info@beautybeyond.org for more information.

Beauty Beyond Borders made the decision to give the money raised from this event to the Boston Children’s Hospital arts program.

The first class of the series on 9/17 was Zentangle taught by Diane MacKinnon. Although this event has passed, you can still purchase a Zentangle kit and the recording to follow along with on your own time. E-mail info@beautybeyond.org for more information.

Beauty Beyond Borders made the decision to give the money raised from this event to herDIVAspot – a 501(C)3 pending organization designed to celebrate, cultivate, and educate young women of color, via a year-long rites of passage journey.



Beauty Beyond Borders is continually collecting un-used or misprinted t-shirts to bring to the communities we work with during our photo walks. In order to use these t-shirts, we needed to cover the misprinted logos and do this by holding open paint night events. At these events the guests are given a clean ‘canvas’ created within the t-shirt covering the previous logo. They are then given instructions on how to create the background image for the Beauty Beyond Borders logo. Everyone who has had the opportunity to participate so far has been able to create unique works of art that have helped multiple communities!

Here are the results from the first series of Beauty Beyond Border Paint Nights! Keep an eye out for more in the future.

T-Shirts from Beauty Beyond Borders Paint Night Events