MY-T-BY-DESIGN Therapeutic Art Studio is a fun family-friendly location for all to come and express themselves creatively. Providing a welcoming and safe environment with no judgement is our intent. We utilize expressive art as a gateway into the creative process which allows you to improve and enhance your mental and physical well-being.
We believe that you are MIGHTY BY DESIGN and that is why it is our mission to help you SEE YOUR VALUE and KNOW YOUR WORTH through our impactful process. We have many types of platforms for you to explore when embracing your uniqueness and creativity i.e. motivational art workshops, private group or individual paint sessions, team building activities, music in movement dance, and much more!
Helping individuals and families SEE THEIR VALUE and KNOW THEIR WORTH by utilizing art as the gateway to holistic healing.
We are COMMUNITY CONSCIOUS and ACTION ORIENTED.
We provide THERAPEUTIC HEALING ART services by strengthening communities mental health one paint stroke at a time.
Everyone! Many of our programs are customized and tailored based on the customer’s wants and needs.
Washington County Juvenile Detention Center, Benton County Juvenile Probation, Delta Airlines, Inc., Tyson Foods Corporate Legal Team, United Bank, John Brown University, Crystal Bridges Art Museum, Peachtree Assisted Living, Innisfree Senior Living, Avenir Memory Care, Fayetteville Mana Breast Center, Youth Bridge, Benton County Girls Scouts, daycares and many more!
We also partner with local non-profits to serve our community through “Art Feeds” with Second Helping NWA, “Dream Big Experience”, “Trails of Love Holiday Giving”, and “Talent Mapping Through the Arts”, and “The Mighty Kids Leadership Development and Workforce Prep program” with Light House Solutions and The Air for Airiel Foundation.
We also have partnered with organizations IncARceraTed Series, Kenny Reams Foundation, and Light House Solutions to provide an artistic mental wellness, workforce development, and entrepreneurship program for at-risk and incarcerated youth. In addition, we collaborate with local small businesses like Six Twelve Coffeehouse & Bar for our monthly Community Paint Night events that brings people together in a fun collaborative way to build communal relationships. This is also a great way to help other small businesses bring in store traffic and awareness.