Arts-based Corporate and Community Partnerships


New York Presbyterian Hospital - Queens

Starting in the Spring of 2017,  we forged a creative collaboration with NYPH-Queens to develop programming that brings art instruction to both staff and patients.  TAHP and NYPHQ's Art Connects provides grouped staff classes with a respite from the challenges of their surroundings - offering a quick and colorful way to care for themselves for an hour out of the day, and connect with fellow healthcare personnel.   One-on-one patient classes provides a unique form of personal engagement that enhances their healing processes. 

We are excited to share our expression of care for our community with such an amazing place. They are right, amazing things are happening there!  

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melanie with patient
hospital staff in art class
group staff class

Lloyd and Patricia

The Lofton Cassell Group

In 2016 we partnered with Patricia Hardaway, J.D., M.P.W., retired President of the honorable HBCU Wilberforce University, and now Principal of The Lofton Cassell Group "providing expertise to organizations on effective governance and strategic planning."  We joined forces with Lofton Cassell to create a digital presentation marketing the latest strategies of organizational growth to one of the oldest national non-profit community-based, business-missioned entities, Eta Phi Beta Sorority, comprising of nationally recognized and revered African-America business women from a variety of industries across the country.  This Fall we provided a second presentation for the Sorority's national convention. 

Lloyd Crosdale-Roberts, our videography/photography instructor led both endeavors.  Our #pARTnership has grown familial, allowing us to effectively utilize art and technology on a business platform that helped progress the mission of another community-based organization.  It also highlighted Ms. Hardaway's skills as an effective strategist and public speaker.