Impressions of Courage honoring those who fought cancer

A unique way to honor those fighting cancer.

Art on Wheels is working with Studio Two Three to create the World’s Largest Collagraph- composed of clothing, which represents someone who fought cancer. A collagraph is a print that is made with various materials that you wouldn’t traditionally consider to be used in print making. In this case it’s clothing.

To Honor loved ones in our community, We will be using clothing to represent each honoree.

The clothing will be made into a printmaking plate and be printed on one piece of fabric using a steamroller.

How to Register a Loved One
Gather an Outfit. Make sure it is a complete outfit (ie pants and shirt). The outfit does not have to be the honoree’s actual clothing, just represent them.
Bring outfit to one of the Registration Sites along with a completed registration form and a $25 registration fee.
We have a maximum of 300 honoree’s to be included in the World Record. Don’t delay make your submission today!
Note: Outfits will be destroyed in the printing process and will not be returned
July 31st: Deadline to Register

For more details and ideas and to register click here.

This Saturday Diversity Thrift along with other community organizations is helping out with a One Stop Submission Day:


Haven’t had a chance to make your submission for our historic world record art project? Well now is your chance!

We’ve made it as easy as possible, here’s how…

– Choose someone you would like to honor who has been affected by cancer.
– Come see us at Diversity Thrift between 11am-4pm.
– Choose an outfit that represents this person out of our stockpile of clothes for free, donated by Diversity!
– Or purchase an outfit from Diversity
– Submit the outfit to us.

Its that easy!

Don’t miss out, this is your last chance to participate in this monumental art project.

More info at

A Great Big Thanks to our Supporters!
VCU Massey Caner Center (Title Sponsor)
Rudy’s Exotic Mushrooms
CulturWorks Grant Program
Virginia Commission for the Arts
Akua Inks
City of Richmond Public Arts Commission

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Richard Hayes

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