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A video about Missing Peace

With help from the great folks at Enfoque, we’ve created a short video about the Missing Peace mural, its message, and the groups involved. Featuring the director of the Mental Health Association of San Mateo County and one of their courageous, formerly homeless clients.

Watch the video and learn more here.


Complete! Check out first mural, Missing Peace

We’re proud to announce that we’ve completed our first CATA mural, “Missing Peace.” Designed and painted by local artist Dodge Williams, the mural symbolizes how healing is a collaborative effort requiring not just the efforts of an individual but the support of friends, family and the local groups. Missing Peace is located at Emerald City Liquors at 3025 Jefferson Ave, Redwood City.

In line with the CATA mission, we’re using Missing Peace to raise awareness of the great efforts of the Mental Health Association of San Mateo County (MHA). The MHA is a nonprofit organization that enriches quality of life, restores dignity, and reduces homelessness, particularly for those affected by mental illness and HIV/AIDS.

Soon, we’ll share out a one-pager about our mural and a special mural video we’re making in collaboration with the MHA and the Enfoque Project. In the meantime, read up on the problems of homelessness in San Mateo County on our Missing Peace info page.Missing Peace mural Missing Peace signature CATA


First Mural in Progress!

We’re now painting our first CATA mural! Artist Dodge Williams is working at 3025 Jefferson Ave to paint a mural that raises awareness of the need for the community to come together to support individual healing in areas such as mental health and homelessness. Our partner non-profit for this mural is the Mental Health Association of San Mateo County, which provides housing and mental health services to the homeless throughout the mid-Peninsula.

Stop by and check out the work in progress!

Missing Peace in Progress 4.22.17


Open Paint now at Cyclismo Cafe

Due to unforeseen circumstances, our old Open Paint location, Pizza and Pints, is now closed. We’ve relocated to the nearby Cyclismo Cafe at 871 Middlefield Road. It’s a few shops down from Cinemark, right next to the Redwood City Caltrain and across the street from the 900 Middlefield Road Parking garage.

Our event will continue with the same structure as before, with free admission, free-flowing paint, featured local artists, and featured non-profits. In addition to an exciting new layout with a patio, Cyclismo Cafe offers a robust menu, with high-quality coffee and artisanal sandwiches, bowls and salads. If you’re a foodie, check out pictures of their dishes on Yelp. They’re great people, too. We’re excited.
RSVP for our next Open Paint.

Open Paint grows and extends!

Due to popular demand, we’re extending our Open Paint series until the end of March! You can find photos from our first three months here. We’ll continue to promote Open Paint as the best, most accessible painting event in the San Francisco Bay Area. Open Paint serves as a space for community members from all walks of life to gather, paint, support local artists, and learn about great non-profits.

We are looking for additional artists and non-profits to feature throughout the next three months. If you have ideas, please email Cary Kelly at info@rwcpaf.org.

 


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