15 years of
THE BEAUTIFUL PROJECT
Creating art and finding beauty in communities worldwide
About the Beautiful Project
Borne out of her passion for creating art and desire to share that joy with others, artist Pamela Sukhum, launched the Beautiful Project in early 2006 and has since worked to inspire and empower communities
world-wide through the vehicle of art. The Beautiful Project has worked closely with communities in 8 countries across the globe and over 20 cities in the United States– using art as a means of bringing people together and as a healing and self-empowering force in their lives.
Please know that every sale of Pamela's artwork helps to support Beautiful Projects around the world.
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Ways to Support The Beautiful Project
The Beautiful Project Worldwide
Kassanda Secondary School, Mubende, Uganda
Pikpa Refugee Camp, Lesvos, Greece
Las Vegas Big Brothers Big Sisters, Las Vegas, NV
Boston Big Brothers Big Sisters, Boston, MA
Nablus Mural Project, West Bank
Minneapolis Big Brothers Big Sisters, U.S.A. multi-city
Nicaragua School and Mural Project, El Manzano Uno, Nicaragua
Spring Manor Senior Housing, Minneapolis, MN
Sartell High School, Sartell, MN
Gaga Refugee Camp, Chad, Africa
Gigi’s Playhouse, Atlanta, GA
McKinley Community Center, Minneapolis, MN
Gonje Refugee Camp, Chad, Africa
Rakai District, Rakai, Uganda (Educational Fund)
“Out of compassion this existence was given to you; out of compassion give it back.”
~ Igor Kufayev
What We Provide
Community Mural Projects
We've worked with communities in the U.S. and worldwide creating large scale community murals as a means of bringing diverse people together with the common goal of creating beauty.
Read about the latest Tree of Life Community Mural Project in New Brighton, MN here.
For the past 10 years the Beautiful Project has also provided educational sponsorships. See some of our success stories here.
Refugee Camp Empowerment and Healing Projects
We've worked the United Nations and with communities in refugee camps in 5 countries using art as a means of healing and
We've worked with partner galleries and Big Brothers Big Sisters to create special paintings events with mentors and mentees in 10 cities across the U.S.