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Community Projects

 

Brazee has worked with thousands of children across Cincinnati and beyond to create site specific glass installations and projects. From eight students to eight hundred, we will work with you to design and execute a project perfect for your unique community. 

 

We believe that glass can bring people together. Our projects are a great way to engage your students and create a collaborative art piece the whole community can be proud of. These projects can be aimed to unify a school or rally around an educational topic. We love to dream up new project models to best suit your classroom or curriculum. Lets brainstorm the right collaborative project for your group. 

 

Pricing varies for collaborative projects or school installations. Contact Leah Busch Rockel at leah@brazeestreetstudios.com or call (513) 321-0206 to get started planning today. 

 

Past Projects

 

Burlington Elementary

2016

Kristina Rawe, an instructor at Burlington Elementary School in Northern Kentucky single-handedly raised over $13K to bring a large-scale glass mural project to her school last year. Integrating their school colors and slogan 'Soar', this mural features a 3"x3" glass tile by every student and faculty member and is on permanent display in their school stairwell. 

 

 

Press about this project:

cincinnati.com

 

 

Cincinnati Country Day School Mural

2015

Brazee teamed up with Cincinnati Country Day School to create a 34' school-wide mural in the lobby of their building. Working with students as young as 2, Brazee spent 4 days on campus teaching every student and faculty member how to create their one of a kind 3"x3" blue tile. 

 

 

Press about this project:

cincinnati.com

 

 

Eat the Rainbow - Montgomery Elementary

2014

Working with six classes of students, Brazee helped create a rainbow mural of healthy foods which hang in Montgomery Elementary's cafeteria to help remind kids to "Eat the Rainbow"!

 

  

 

Springer House Project

2015

 

As part of The Maureen Wenker Artist in Residence program, Brazee Owner and Instructor Sandra Gross created a home inspired mural at Springer Elementary. Students and staff created 2"x2" square tiles depicting homes that reflect their personality. Gross also worked with a small group of upper school students who created larger freestanding works in glass, depicting the home they’d live in if they could live anywhere in the world (shown below).

 

 

Press for this project: 

cincinnati.com

 

 

Out of this World - Toledo School for the Arts Installation

2012

 

With the generous help of Bullseye Glass Co., 57 students and Brazee Street Studios created a new universe. Complete with 28 minor planets, 8 major planets and dozens of stars, this glass universe was achieved through brainstorming, research, dreaming and experimentation. This project was created in conjunction with the Glass Arts Society 42nd Annual Conference and the 50th anniversary of the Studio Glass movement. 

 

  

Press for this project: 

toledo.com