More corners, more edges,
more thoughts, more thanks,
more art, more help.
ARTHELPS Breaking News

MORRO DO PAPAGAIO

Say it with a t-shirt.

MORE
BACK

MORRO DO PAPAGAIO

14 days in the favela „Morro do Papagaio“ – equipped with cameras, laptops, pens, paper and heads filled with creative ideas. The result is the first official ARTHELPS t-shirt-collection.

  • We spent two weeks in a favela in the Brazilian metropolis Belo Horizonte and together with children and adolescents, we worked on designs for our first t-shirt-collection.

    The designs are being polished right now for the production. Further information will follow briefly.

    Even without having the final results yet, we must say that the workshop has been totally worth the efforts – 

    just look at these pictures!

    Here is the link to the results of the project.

     

    • LOCATION
      Belo Horizonte / Brasil

       


      SPONSOR

    • PROJECT MANAGEMENT
      Thomas Lupo, Tassilo Gutscher and Xavier Calvo Pedrosa 

       

      TECHNICAL SUPPORT
      CALUMET Photography

  • © ARTHELPS 2014    

GOODWOOD

WOODENART
Get out of addiction - into the forest.

MORE
BACK

GOODWOOD

Unique wooden objects and proud participants with broad smiles on their faces - this was the result of a workshop with residents of "Ways to Freedom", a facility for addiction therapy in Leonberg (in the area of Stuttgart).

  • During the GOODWOOD project, the participants showed their potential, and the results are impressive.

    The unique objects made of natural wooden material can be purchased by auction soon - they are just waiting to create a more homelike atmosphere in your room.

    Don't miss the chance to get one of these unique pieces. More Informations will follow soon.

    • PROJECT LOCATION
      Leonberg near Stuttgart / Germany

       

      PROJECT PARTNERS

    • PROJECT MANAGEMENT
      Yasemin Lupo (ARTHELPS), Andreas Beck

  • © ARTHELPS 2014    

MADE (IN)DIA

WEAR A BAG - SUPPORT A PERSON:

MORE
BACK

MADE (IN)DIA

In a region in India where there is a high rate of unemployment and most of the people are poor and  indigent, ARTHELPS arranged a creativity workshop. The result is a collection of bags that can be purchased in our store.

  • Wear a bag - support a person. The project made (in)dia took place in a sewing school in Chennai (Tamil Nadu, India), a school which employs and instructs predominantly women who suffer difficult living conditions. Some of them are victims of abuse, many have to support their families on their own because their children's fathers are not present or spend their wage on drugs and alcohol.

    Other women who took part in the project were coming from a poor fishing village near by the sewing school. Together, the women developed and designed the motifs for the bags. In the sewing school, the bags were sewed manually.

    The women's creativity was encouraged – and their confidence was strengthened. The workshop made them rediscover new aspects of their personality, come to terms with some of their problems and make new friends.

    The project also bears fruit in the long run: With every sold bag, support flows back to India. A good portion of the revenues goes directly to the sewing school. For better working conditions, better education and new, exciting projects.

    The bags can be purchased in our shop: ARTHELPS shop

    • PROJECT LOCATION
      Chennai / Indien

    • PROJECT MANAGEMENT
      Katharina Geörger, Thomas Lupo, Tassilo Gutscher

  • © ARTHELPS 2013    

See.Create. Art.

Photography & palette workshops with 22 unemployed adolescents

MORE
BACK

See.Create. Art.

22 adolescents without apprenticeship, enthusiastically creating art. They had to apply previously for one of the two workshops and were chosen by a panel. The two project weeks “Photography & Palettes” were aimed at encouraging the adolescents to discover their own capabilities and to independently create something new.

  • See art – through the cosmos of photography: the adolescents discover their surroundings from a different perspective. They learn to comprehend and to present themselves.

    Create art – by the transformation of simple wooden palettes into real design furniture. The adolescents get involved, create something new and proudly present the results.

    See.Create.Art took place with adolescents from the six cantons Zug, Schwyz, Nidwalden, Luzern, Obwalden and Uri, in the context of a “motivational semester”, financed by the unemployment insurance. Every year around 5000 adolescents and young adults take part in such workshops all around Switzerland. Most of them are young people who do not find anything they can do after finishing school, who cancelled their apprenticeship and who don't see any perspective for themselves.

    On November 30th at 6 pm., a vernissage will take place in Stans, in the rooms of the Frey-Näpflin-Stiftung. Furthermore there is the opportunity to see the exhibition on the following dates:

    Dec. 1st / 11 am. to 5 pm.

    Dec. 7th / 2 pm. to 5 pm.

    Dec. 8th / 11 am. to 5 pm.

    Dec. 14th / 2 pm. to 5 pm.

    Dec. 15th / 11 am. to 5 pm.

    In addition, the exhibits will be shown in January 2014 at PHOTO14 in Zurich.

    • PROJECT LOCATION
      Central Switzerland

    • PROJECT MANAGEMENT
      Tanja von Känel (ARTHELPS)
      Christoph Eckert (Frey-Näpflin-Foundation)
      Bernhard Bächinger (SEMO)

  • © ARTHELPS 2013    

PHOTO PARCEL

In the Photo Parcel Project, children show us their world. From their very own perspective.

MORE
BACK

PHOTO PARCEL

“My name is Giridscha and I am from the fishing village Thiruvanmiyur. I took the photo at the beach because I like to play there and because I like shells. My mother works hard for us. Therefore I am very thankful to her. I help her carrying water every day.” (Giridscha from India commenting on her picture)

  • Children from all around the world give us an unfiltered and very personal insight into their lives.

    At the beginning of the Photo Parcel Project, ARTHELPS transformed parcels into pinhole cameras and sent them to children worldwide. The children made their photos by swinging open a pinhole, thus exposing a film that had been mounted into the parcel. Afterwards they sent the parcel back to ARTHELPS.

    Many of the children who took part in the project live in poor countries or in socially difficult situations – also in Hamburg, Germany. The Photo Parcel Project gives them a voice. That way, they can take us with themselves into their world, showing it to us from their perspective.

    A vernissage took place on October 17th in the kulturreich galerie in Hamburg (Germany).

    • PROJECT LOCATION
      worldwide, Hamburg (Germany)

      AWARDS
      GREGOR INTERNATIONAL CALENDAR AWARD "PHOTO AWARD" and "AWARD OF EXCELLENCE"

    • PROJECT MANAGEMENT
      Thomas Lupo, Lennart Frank, 
      Ronka Oberhammer (project)
      Sara Walz (vernissage)

     

    SPONSORS OF THE PROJECT

  • © ARTHELPS 2013    

RECONSTRUCT

14 adolescents create art out of palettes. The wood gains new shapes – and the young artists gain new forces.

MORE
BACK

RECONSTRUCT

RECONSTRUCT gives young people who face difficult living conditions a chance to find creative approaches for their own situation. The project encourages the adolescents and builds them up, helping them to newly discover their potentials. Old and seemingly useless (euro-)palettes are transformed into something completely new and useful. The art workshop is a cooperation of ARTHELPS and the think tank of the social company NEW WORK gGmbH.

RECONTRUCT means that creativity helps in all kinds of circumstances – there is always a solution and a way and the answer is in one's own creative power.

  • Together with 14 young people aged between 14 and 20 years, a housing space was created out of old wooden palettes.

    In one week of hammering, sawing, measuring, polishing and screwing, unique objects and pieces of art were formed. And more than that: the adolescents brought something unimposing into being something great. In doing so, they rediscovered themselves and gained different perspectives for their future.

    In preparation, the project “RECONSTRUCT” already gained recognition. At the sponsorship awards of the “Forum Region Stuttgart”, the project won the first prize in the category “Art and Culture”. The public German television ZDF aired a news report in their news broadcast “heute” on November 10th.

    The objects that were brought into being by the adolescents were presented to the public in an exhibition.

    • PROJECT LOCATION
      Stuttgart
      GERMANY

      AWARDS
      Förderpreis des Forums Region Stuttgart. Category „Art and Culture"

      PARTNERS
      Think Tank, NEW WORK gGmbH

    • PROJECT MANAGEMENT
      Judith Böttiger (ARTHELPS)
      Thomas Lupo (ARTHELPS)
      Martin Tertelmann (New Work gGmbH).

  • © ARTHELPS 2013    

BREAK OUT

The result of five months of firsthand experience in a slum of Brazil is the book "Instructions to Break Out" with photos, stencils and illustrations.

MORE
BACK

BREAK OUT

One of the first ARTHELPS projects was dedicated to dirupting the unhealthy rythms of everyday life in the slums of Brazil where drugs, violence, poverty and unemployment often determine a child’s course. Thomas Lupo, co-founder and manager of the non-profit organization ARTHELPS, dove into this world with a goal of creating an artistic representation of slum-life from the perspective of the children who live there.

  • In daily workshops, Lupo offered basic artistic instructions through which the 8 -15 year-old children were able to transform their everyday lives into picture. Initially hesitant at the beginning, the children gained confidence and finally created haunting and authentic lifelike illustrations and photos.
    The book PRA FORA / OUTWARD is the final documentation of the childrens‘ works. Sensitively and yet powerfully designed, it gives profound insights into the lives and feelings of the children.

    The book has won several design awards as well as the German gold photo award (Deutscher Fotobuchpreis Gold). It was released through the renowned design publishing company HERMANN SCHMIDT MAINZ. 
     
    The proceeds of this book will benefit the children and adolescents in the slum of Morro do Papagaio in Brazil. The money will flow into the state education project Fica Vivo (portuguese for "Stay alive"). The goal is to enable the 12 - 24 year-old students a life without crime and drug trafficking by providing vocational training.

    Instructions to break out
    248 pages with over 1000 color illustrations proving that creativity can change the world.
    Format 24 x 32 cm

    Softcover with an 8-paged Envelope, screen printed packaging material with four colored sticker and stencil templates.

    Here you can get the book online.

    • PROJECT LOCATION
      Favele Morro do Papagaio
      in Belo Horizonte/Brazil


      AWARDS
      German Gold Photo Award
      Red Dot Design Award
      DDC Design Award (Gold)
      ADC Design Award

    • PROJECT MANAGEMENT
      Thomas Lupo (ARTHELPS)

  • © ARTHELPS 2013  

I AM

Eight young people from the open prison get to know themselves in a totally new way.

MORE
BACK

I AM

In Switzerland „I Am“ gave eight young men in the prison system the opportunity to get to know a variety of creative techniques and the courage to find themselves.
The central question of the project, „Who am I, and what is inside of me?“ was meant to help the young men discover their artistic potential and express their response in a creative way.

 

  • In November of 2011, the works of the participants were exhibited in Chur, Switzerland, for a two- week art show. At the art opening, the young men were given the chance to proudly present their own art work. The project demonstrated in an impressive way, how truly helpful ARTHELPS is and the power potential art has for releasing capability for change.
    The young incarcerated men, who stand on the edge of our society, found a way into the public eye through their own art, and found themselves the center of attention in a positive way. Unforgettable in our minds are the beaming faces of the „tough guys“. They, on the other hand, will most likely never forget the appreciation they experienced and the admiration of their very own skills which they received.
    Through „I AM“, these young men asked themselves the question of identity. Every one of them formed a unique answer, but one central thing they will all take on their journey with them: a renewed confidence for the future.

     

    • PROJECT LOCATION
      Trimmis (Graubünden)
      Switzerland

       

    • PROJECT MANAGEMENT
      Tanja von Känel (ARTHELPS)
      Thomas Lupo (ARTHELPS)

  • © ARTHELPS 2013  

INSIGHT

Afghan children and youth document their daily lives with pinhole cameras – impressive and playful.

MORE
BACK

INSIGHT

„Insight“ enabled a new (and for some, perhaps the first) access to individual creative potential, thus helping the youth to discover their own inherent „somethings“ worthy of a platform.

  • For project „Insight“, we built pinhole cameras together with children and young people in Afghanistan. The cameras they built accompanied them into their daily lives. The resulting images impressively and playfully display the unfiltered world they inhabit. Besides photography, the opportunity to draw resulted in bold, honest images giving insight into how the young artists perceive their environment and what kind of desires and dreams they hold.
    But not only that. The work of the project offered the viewers a completely new and rare view of the country in xxx. Because they are honest and true. They are neither influenced nor embossed by western nor local media and therefore don´t pursue political goals. They are the voice of the children and youth – nothing more and nothing less.

     

    • PROJECT LOCATION
      Kabul/Afghanistan



    • PROJECT MANAGEMENT
      Thomas Lupo (ARTHELPS)

  • © ARTHELPS 2013  

MELKBOS KIDS

A slum on the outskirts of Cape Town: A young surf instructor tinkers, paints and photographs with children.

MORE
BACK

MELKBOS KIDS

2011 we support and assist a short project in Africa with children from the slums of Melkbos beach on the outskirts of Cape Town.

  • Bertie, a young surf instructor, drives to Cape Town once a week in order to spend time with the kids of Melkbos Beach. Through various games, or simply by listening, he tries to help the kids, to give them security and sovereignty. Only a few of the children attend a public school, and many come from an unstable family background.

    Together with Bertie´s help, we were able to get to know the kids who allowed us a window into their lives. Armed with disposable camers and given opportunity through workshops with paper, paint and other materials, the Melkbos kids‘ lives, wishes and dreams emerged on paper.  It´s amazing and really inspiring, what kind of energy and joy lies in the children of Melkbos Beach despite their difficult living conditions. The images speak for themselves.

     

    • PROJECT LOCATION
      Melkbos Beach Kapstadt / South Africa

       

    • PROJECT MANAGEMENT
      Julia Werner (ARTHELPS)

  • © ARTHELPS 2013  

HOME

BACK

VISION

ARTHELPS is an initiative of creative people and artists who help people from socially disadvantaged backgrounds in a special way: with art. With various creative projects we offer them a stage on which they can discover their artistic potential and live it out. And we give them a voice: through the dissemination of their newly formed art work the messages of the participants are communicated to a welcoming audience.

  • Promotes. Awakens. Unleashes. The projects support in two ways: they boost the individual personality with the power of contemplation, expression, will and self-initiative, and they strenghten the community by working in teams, and encouraging social elements like tolerance, respect and active, empathetic listening
    The result: new self-confidence and self-efficacy. The work creates a sense of achievement, introduces unfamiliar perspectives, opens up unforseen possibilities and unleashes sustainable power.

  • For us, art is the best way to help. Because art builds bridges. Art allows us to communicate in a language that is understood universally. It creates understanding, tolerance and integration of other lifestyles and cultures.
    So, we set a counter-trend consciously. Instead of putting ourselves as artists on stage, we move people who are alienated into the center of our work. Revenues that are generated through exhibitions, events, books, etc., flow directly into new social projects.

     

BACK

PROJECTS

Together with creative people and artists from around the world ARTHELPS creates social projects that move - and move something through that.

BACK

Team

ARTHELPS – are artists and creative people who want to use their abilities for a good cause. Among them are designers, photographers, fashion designers, musicians and architects.

The core and founding team includes

Management of the association/non-profit organisation in Germany, Administration and Accounting

Yasemin Lupo

Thomas is a freelance artist, author and design director at JUNG VON MATT AG. Some of his works have received national and international awards for creativity.
Together with his wife Yasemin Lupo he manages the non-profit organisation ARTHELPS e.V. in Germany.

Thomas Lupo

Management of the foundation in Switzerland, Administration and Organization

Tanja von Känel

7 years ago Tobias and Tanja founded the TYPE ACADEMY Switzerland. Together they now lead the company “VON KAENEL GMBH". Tobias is also a partner of the company WERDEWEG (consulting, coaching and training).

Tobias von Känel

Julia Werner has been a photographer and photographic designer for over five years. Being a member of BFF, her jobs have taken her all over the world. Before she became self-employed she had learned her trade with industrial and commercial photographer Rene Staud.

Julia Werner

Stefan Walz is creative director and owner of the Agency SHIFT Communications Ltd. For 9 years he worked in the advertising industry, including employments at JUNG VON MATT and KOLLE REBBE Inc. The work of the ADC member has been honored with numerous national and international awards in creativity.

Stefan Walz

Sara Walz is an independent cinematographer for various production companies both at home and abroad. Her film, "The Whisper of the Trees", has been honored internationally and has been shown at numerous film festivals.

Sara Walz

Johannes Hoernlen is a computer scientist and project manager. His activities include advising organizations in quality management.

Johannes Hörnlen

Melanie Hoernlen is a specialist in German studies and a freelance writer. She has already edited works for several well known publishers. 

Melanie Hörnlen

computer scientist

Benjamin Gröner

Junior Art Director

Janina Gröner

ARTHELPER

Darius Morawiec, Creative Technologist
Sonja Kaufmann, Facebook Consulting
Lars Wagner, copywriter
Lennart Frank, copywriter
Johannes Widmer, Art Director
Martin Krieger, engineer
Dominik Schmutzer, Retouch Artist 
Robin Weidner, Product Designer
Tassilo Gutscher, Copywriter
Jan Erik Scheibner, junior copywriter
Leon Thau, Graphic Design
Michael Segrada, administrator and networker
Julia Sentman, fashion designer
Kira Berberich, content editor
Claudine Tanner, Administration & Research
Xavier Calvo Pedrosa, Designer
Georg Cap, Engineer
Benjamin Beck, Art Director
Björn Matthies, Computer Scientist
Christoph Kock, Designer
Daniel Hübschmann, Programmer
Katharina Geoerger, Design Student
Genis Sole Vilalta, Designer
Ronka Oberhammer, Photographer
Stefanie Lehmann, Project Manager
Michel Dold, copywriter
Rudi Töws, photographer
Cathrin Hoffmann, Art Direction
Darek Stoehr, Account Director
Julia Kohler, communication and theater teacher
Sascha Reinhardt, Cameraman
Olga Evtuch, Art Direction
Daniela Matthies, Project Management
Anita Evtuch, Graphic Design
Mouna Bouafina, Graphic Design
Judith Hummer, Graphic Design
Nico Baumann, Copywriter
Kadir Güzel, music producer
Daniel Grossmann, music producer
Herve Hartmann, Consultant
Maria Schinz, photographer
BACK

AMBASSADORS

The idea of ARTHELPS is very well received. Here are some of ambassadors who stand for Arthelps.

Dr. Eckart von Hirschhausen

Doctor, TV host, comedian and writer

 «The work of ARTHELPS is visionary and down to earth at the same time. I had to laugh when I saw how a loveless hydrant in a brazilian favela was transformed into an colorful art piece. Humor, art and the promotion of creativity are major forces, that are unleashed by ARTHELPS in a wonderful way!»

 

 

STEFAN SAGMEISTER

DESIGNER, TYPOGRAPH AND WRITER.

 «Our work can become meaningful when it delights or helps other people. ARTHELPS sometimes manages to do both.»

Andreas Lukoschick

Licensed psychologist, TV host und founding member of "Children For A Better World"

 «What I like about ARTHELPS is not only the fact that kids and younger people are helped, but also that they can express themselves – and this is meant literally in terms of ‚expressing outwardly what is within‘ the kind of images that deeply move and form in their souls. Even moreso, all this is brought into an aesthetic form that gives them the feeling that their pictures visualize something rare in their everyday world: beauty. Precisely THAT gives them the self-confidence and certainty of being someone special.  With this knowledge they are not only able to „tolerate“ their everyday situations and challenges, but (and this is much more important) redesign them. This is why ARTHELPS is a special form of a „Means to Self-Help“ and deserves every kind of support.»

 

Tassilo von Grolman

Product designer and founder of the German Designer Club (DDC)

«The project is a wonderful opportunity to give a future to growing kids and young people who live in poverty and social misery.»

Benzli und Jürg Opprecht

Builder and owner of the 5 star Hotels Lenkerhof Alpine Resort in Lenk and Founder of Business Professional Network (“Social Entrepreneur 2008” of Klaus Schwab Foundation”)

«Art arouses interest, stimulates creativity, strengthens self-confidence and brings a lot of joy!

All projects of ARTHELPS have the goal to deliberately awaken and promote the talents of children and young people. ARTHELPS operates globally and is committed to various and important concerns. 

ARTHELPS connects need with assistance and supports the disadvantaged people of today with sustainable actions of tomorrow.

»

 

BACK

MEDIA

Click here for updated news coverage. Our images are copyrighted. They may only be used by media representatives with written permission and with the source reference "Foundation Arthelps". We are happy to assist you with your media relations and willing to serve you should you need more information

  • Stuttgarter Zeitung

    November 2012 >  Chic furniture made out of old pallets.
     > DOWNLOAD

    Where does love go?

    A book by Dr. med. Eckart von Hischhausen. > DOWNLOAD

    Spiegel Online

    June 2012 / Senhor Tom and his Monsters > DOWNLOAD

    TYPO Berlin

    May 2012 / Europes largest design conference / Speech of Thomas Lupo  > DOWNLOAD

    Emotion

    April 2012 > DOWNLOAD

    Die PRESSE (Austria)

    April 2012 > DOWNLOAD

    Stuttgarter Zeitung

    January 2011 / Easy Art in the FavelasJan. 2011 > DOWNLOAD

    TYPO Shirt One

    January 2011 / Book & Catalogue Design by Indexbook > DOWNLOAD

    Bündner Tagblatt

    November 2011 / The youth talk about their everyday lives.
    > DOWNLOAD

    Bündner Woche

    Building Trust in one´s own Strength > DOWNLOAD

    PAGE Magazin

    OCTOBER 2011 > DOWNLOAD

    W&V

    2011 > Extreme Experience in Brazil  > DOWNLOAD

    Magazin Form

    Septeber 2011 > No Fear from Kids / Thomas Lupo goes Brazil.
    > DOWNLOAD

  • ARTE 

    In this clip Thomas Lupo discusses his work in Brazil with the makers of the show „Metropolis“. He talks about how he put his job on hold for five months, and how he planted himself right into the heart of the favela „Papagaio“, drummed together all the kids of the neighborhood and stood up against discriminiatory procedures of the government with „fantastic“ creativity. Of course, he also explains how this led to an award-winning book and the birth of the non-profit organization ARTHELPS. > Link

    ZDF Kultur

    (20.4.2012) “Instructions how to break out” on ZDF Kultur.

    Here Thomas Lupo also tells of his experience in Papagaio where he launched a creative training camp with very simple means for children who do not know their fathers and are unfamiliar with having someone who believes in them. Lupo documents the work created out of cardboard boxes, boxes of matches, rags and paste, in his illustrated book and receives not only the German Photo Book Prize but also a gold metal from the German Designer Club DDC. > Link

BACK

Support

The foundation ARTHELPS is a non-profit organization. Projects of the foundation ARTHELPS are funded solely by donations. You therefore have the opportunity to help fund a very specific purpose with your donation. 

We are happy to assign your donation to the project of your choice.

 

ARTHELPS e.V.

Donation account

BANK:

BW | Bank

Account:

282 236 5

Bank Clearing:

600 501 01

IBAN:

DE81 6005 0101 0002 8223 65

BIC/SWIFT CODE:

SOLADEST

 

 

ARTHELPS Foundation

Donation account

BANK:

Bank Sarasin & Cie AG

Account:

6084000.4000 (CHF)

Bank Clearing:

8750

IBAN:

CH77 0875 0060 8400 0400 0

BIC/SWIFT CODE:

SARACHBB

 

 

DONATIONS MADE EASY - WITH PAYPAL

BACK

NEWS

FROM BRAZIL TO BERLIN

ARTHELPS was invited to present the Morro do Papagaio Fashion Collection at the Bread & Butter tradeshow in Berlin.

The Bread & Butter tradeshow is the biggest international fashion tradeshow for street wear!

JULY 2014 / BERLIN / WEBSEITE OF BREAD & BUTTER

ARTHELPS on TV - in the Sat.1 Morning Show

On the 4th of June, Thomas Lupo was a guest at the Sat.1 Morning Show - and told the audience about our new ARTHELPS project MORRO DO PAPAGAIO.

For those who missed it: Here is the link.

JUNE 2014 / BERLIN/ SAT.1

ARTHELPS AT NDR TALKSHOW

Thomas Lupo attended the NDR-talkshow "Tietjen und Hirschhausen" on May 16th 2014. He told the audience about ARTHELPS and its latest project MORRO DO PAPAGAIO.

Here you can find the show in the media centre of NDR.

MAY 2014 / HAMBURG (GERMANY) / NDR

SNAP, SNAP, HURRAY!!!

The jury has decided: The

AWARD OF EXCELLENCE Best Non Profit/ Social Project 2014 and the
PHOTO CALENDAR AWARD 2014

go to - the ARTHELPS PHOTO PARCEL PROJECT! We've been selected out of 1000 submissions!

ARTHELPS wants to thank the "gregor international calendar award 2014" jury as well as everybody involved in the project, especially the children who took part in it!

DECEMBER 2013 / INDIA / PROJECT INFORMATIONS

  • WEAR A BAG - SUPPORT A PERSON.

    In a region in India where there is a high rate of unemployment and most of the people are poor and indigent, ARTHELPS arranged a creativity workshop. The result is a collection of bags that can be purchased in our store.

    The bags and much more can be purchased in our shop: LINK TO THE SHOP

    DECEMBER 2013 / INDIA / PROJECT INFORMATIONS

    LET THE EXPERT SPEAK.

    The world famous designer and twice Grammy winner Stefan Semester has contacted us! He is not only impressed by the social aspect of our work, but even more by the artistic approach of our projects. If there is anyone who really knows his stuff, then it is him. Thanks Stefan we are absolutely delighted.

    MARCH 2013 / NEW YORK / MORE INFORMATIONS

    TWICE AS BEAUTIFUL, TWICE AS GOOD.

    For our “bags project”, which currently we are putting into effect with women in India, we now have a second sewing-machine!  That is worth its weight in gold, because in a sewing-workshop electricity is only available for three hours a day. Automatically the output is doubled and many more beautiful bags can be manufactured. By the way, you can soon discover these items in our online shop – be enthralled!

    FEBRUARY 2013 / INDIA

  • ARTHELPS – ART THANKS!

    Guide to breaking out – and so it continues. The first part of the revenue has found its way into the Favela (slums) of Morro do Papagaio. In total 3115 Euro were raised last year. We say, “Thank you, thank you, thank you!” What has happened with the money, you will see in the coming months, because the next project is already in the starting position.

    MARCH 2013 / BRAZIL / BOOK ORDER / FURTHER INFORMATION

BACK

contact

Do you have any questions, suggestions or comments concerning ARTHELPS? Would you like donate your gifts, time and effort to work with us?

We are always looking for artists and dedicated individuals who collaborate with us. We are also happy to support students with their college thesis.

You can contact us at yasemin.lupo(at)arthelps.de

BACK

privacy policy

Verantwortlich für diese Seiten nach Paragraph 6 MDStV

ARTHELPS e.V.

Amtsgericht Stuttgart
Geschäfts-Nr. VR 720837

Haftungsausschluss

Die Informationen auf unseren Internetseiten werden mit größter Sorgfalt erstellt. Die Betreiber dieser Seite übernehmen jedoch keine Gewähr für deren Vollständigkeit oder Eignung für bestimmte Verwendungszwecke. Sämtliche Aussagen auf dieser Seite dienen allein der Information und sind nicht verbindlich. Sie stehen unter dem Vorbehalt jederzeitiger Änderung. Eine Haftung für die Vollständigkeit, Richtigkeit und Aktualität der Aussagen wird nicht übernommen.

Internet-Links

Diese Webseiten enthalten auch weiterführende Links zu Webseiten anderer Anbieter. Bei der ersten Verknüpfung wurde das fremde Angebot auf rechtswidrige Inhalte überprüft. Für fremde Inhalte, die über solche Links erreichbar sind, sind die Betreiber dieser Seiten nicht verantwortlich. Wenn wir feststellen oder darauf hingewiesen werden, dass ein verlinktes Angebot rechtswidrigen Inhalt aufweist, wird dieser Link von unserer Seite entfernt.

Copyright

Der Autor ist bestrebt, in allen Publikationen die Urheberrechte der verwendeten Grafiken, Videos, Sounds und Texte zu beachten. Sollte sich auf den jeweiligen Seiten dennoch eine ungekennzeichnete, aber durch fremdes Copyright geschützte Grafik, ein Sound oder Text befinden, so konnte das Copyright vom Autor nicht festgestellt werden. Im Falle einer solchen unbeabsichtigten Copyrightverletzung wird der Autor das entsprechende Objekt nach Benachrichtigung aus seiner Publikation entfernen bzw. mit dem entsprechenden Copyright kenntlich machen.

Die Rechte aller weiteren auf unserer Homepage veröffentlichten Bilder, Grafiken und Texte (auch auszugsweise) liegen bei den jeweiligen Verfassern und Fotografen.

BACK