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The Memory Project
2163 N. Gateway St.
Middleton, WI 53562

(608) 616-0317

A 501(c)3 nonprofit organization founded in 2004. EIN: 20-1802885

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Creating a kinder world through art

What we do and why we do it

Connecting children around the world

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"I think when you combine goodwill with an art project, amazing things begin to happen.The Memory Project is incredible."

Monique Dobbelaere, Art Teacher, SC

Memory Project is on social media! 

After 15 years of existence, we are so excited to announce that the Memory Project has finally made it to the 21st century! (Jokes aside, we've avoided social media because of child photo policies, but have now decided to post select images with permission.)

 

Click the icons above to like us, follow us, and share us with everyone you know! We can't wait to create an online community with you. 

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Blick Partners with Memory Project  Art Exchange

We've partnered with Blick Art Materials to encourage art teachers to participate in our Global Art Exchange. They're offering a $25 gift card to every teacher who completes the exchange!

Middle/Elementary teachers--email art@memoryproject.org to sign up!

Catch our Art Exchange Coordinator, Nora discuss our brand new Global Art Exchange--where elementary and middle school students exchange heartfelt artwork with children in countries where the United States experiences political or cultural tension--on episode 169 of the Art of Education podcast!

Creating Portraits for Children in Malaysia

This year, we are so excited for the opportunity to create portraits for refugee and under-resourced children in Malaysia for the very first time!

 

High school teachers, email portraits@memoryproject.org with interest and for more information on all of our participating countries.

Latest News

Portrait Delivery to Afghanistan

In July, we delivered 3,600 portraits made by American high school students to children in Afghanistan. See the joyful response!

Art Teachers

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