Project Sunshine is thrilled to partner with SketchBox to bring creative arts materials to pediatric patients and their families. Next month, courtesy of SketchBox, program recipients nationwide will be treated to TriTone Colored Pencil Sets in July’s Program Box!
SketchBox is a monthly subscription service intended to empower artists, providing them with easy access to supplies and exposure to their work. Each month artists receive 4-6 art supplies (often times full kits) such as Copic markers, Krink paint markers, Pan pastels, Caran d’Ache Luminance Colored Pencils, Zig Brush Pens, Van Gogh watercolors, Gum Erasers, and other mediums to explore. In addition, artists receive an inspirational piece of art made with the materials in the box by our featured artist.
Creative arts activities encourage imagination and discovery, providing a critical medium for pediatric patients and families to communicate emotions. Together with SketchBox, we can continue to provide opportunities for children to explore, create, and get inspired.
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