Using Color To Transform Public Buildings And Community Spaces Into Places Of Beauty, Belonging, And Joy
Project Color Corps (“PCC”) uses colorful paint and uplifting designs to turn colorless and drab community spaces into places of beauty, belonging, and joy. The all-volunteer nonprofit is based on the premise that color is transformational and that our surroundings impact how we feel. PCC collaborates with and teaches community volunteers, students, and professional artists to add color to places like schools, libraries, community centers, and areas of play across California, New York, Chicago, Houston, and Portland. Transforming these places with color directly impacts health and well-being, allowing for young people to thrive in their school environments and the community at large.