1. "Positive energy is what makes us who we are." - Ms. Woolridge

    Through creative workshops, family portrait sessions and oral history interviews, Art Start celebrates strong families experiencing homelessness. With this project, Art Start seeks to inspire compassion and respect for the resiliency of the human spirit, both within families undergoing poverty related hardship as well as within NYC’s greater community, grappling with record rates of homelessness.

    In 2015, we connected with 20 Art Start families to create family portraits and conduct oral history interviews to give a platform for families to determine how they want the world to see them, away from stereotypes and stigma about homelessness.

    Meet more families from Art Start's Family Portrait Project at: art-start.org

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  2. If you want to be a real rebel, love." - Beulah Hargrove, Art Start's Family Portrait Project

    Through creative workshops, family portrait sessions and oral history interviews, Art Start celebrates strong families experiencing homelessness. With this project, Art Start seeks to inspire compassion and respect for the resiliency of the human spirit, both within families undergoing poverty related hardship as well as within NYC’s greater community, grappling with record rates of homelessness.

    In 2015, we connected with 20 Art Start families to create family portraits and conduct oral history interviews to give a platform for families to determine how they want the world to see them, away from stereotypes and stigma about homelessness.

    Meet more families from Art Start's Family Portrait Project at: art-start.org

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  3. "Anything is possible, and a hard-working woman can get it done." - Mrs. Felder, Art Start's Family Portrait Project

    Through creative workshops, family portrait sessions and oral history interviews, Art Start celebrates strong families experiencing homelessness. With this project, Art Start seeks to inspire compassion and respect for the resiliency of the human spirit, both within families undergoing poverty related hardship as well as within NYC’s greater community, grappling with record rates of homelessness.

    In 2015, we connected with 20 Art Start families to create family portraits and conduct oral history interviews to give a platform for families to determine how they want the world to see them, away from stereotypes and stigma about homelessness.

    Meet more families from Art Start's Family Portrait Project at: art-start.org

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  4. "This is who we are. I'm strong. She's strong. I'm her rock. She's my rock. We're solid." - Mrs. Heyward

    Through creative workshops, family portrait sessions and oral history interviews, Art Start celebrates strong families experiencing homelessness. With this project, Art Start seeks to inspire compassion and respect for the resiliency of the human spirit, both within families undergoing poverty related hardship as well as within NYC’s greater community, grappling with record rates of homelessness.

    In 2015, we connected with 20 Art Start families to create family portraits and conduct oral history interviews to give a platform for families to determine how they want the world to see them, away from stereotypes and stigma about homelessness.

    Meet more families from Art Start's Family Portrait Project at: art-start.org

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  5. "We live in a world where society has this image of people that is perfect. I don't have to live by what society thinks. As long as I do what I need to do for myself and for Nolan, that's all that matters."

    Through creative workshops, family portrait sessions and oral history interviews, Art Start celebrates strong families experiencing homelessness. With this project, Art Start seeks to inspire compassion and respect for the resiliency of the human spirit, both within families undergoing poverty related hardship as well as within NYC’s greater community, grappling with record rates of homelessness.

    In 2015, we connected with 20 Art Start families to create family portraits and conduct oral history interviews to give a platform for families to determine how they want the world to see them, away from stereotypes and stigma about homelessness.

    Meet more families from Art Start's Family Portrait Project at: art-start.org

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