So many of us are dreaming of visiting the places we love right now. For Creative Growth artists, those dreams often take them to the Studio, a home away from home filled with friendly faces. To help tide us over, the Postcard Project has provided an opportunity for artists to connect with friends and mail in drawings and messages to the Studio. This summer, artist Larry Randolph led the way, sharing his postcard design in process with everyone.

You’re invited to participate, too. Draw a design, ask a question for artists or staff to answer, share your thoughts about an artwork, or send a message for the many artists missing their larger community. Tag your work with #PostcardProject on social media, or mail in your postcard. 

Creative Growth // 355 24th Street // Oakland, CA 94612

And please consider making a contribution, so that Creative Growth can continue to engage every artist now and also prepare to welcome everyone back when it’s safe to do so. Thank you!

Based in Oakland, California, Creative Growth is a professional art Studio and Gallery dedicated to the professional development of 150 artists with disabilities. We were founded 46 years ago on the belief that everyone has the ability to express themselves creatively, and the right to access the means of creative expression. Your donation will directly help the Creative Growth community stay connected, reducing social isolation in a vulnerable population.  


Image Description: A screenshot of a medium-dark-skinned man with glasses and a royal blue shirt, holding a small card in his fingers in front of a camera. On the card is a drawing of two women with black afros. One woman’s face is in the process of being shaded with a medium-dark skin tone. The women look alike and are wearing similar shirts. There is handwriting on each side of the card too small to read, but text in the middle of the two women says ‘1973 The Bownette Twins Sisters Back in the 70’. On the right hand side of the photo are four small screenshot boxes. Each box features one or two people participating in an online program and viewing the card the artist is holding in front of the camera.

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So many of us are dreaming of visiting the places we love right now. For Creative Growth artists, those dreams often take them to the Studio, a home away from home filled with friendly faces. To help tide us over, the Postcard Project has provided an opportunity for artists to connect with friends and mail in drawings and messages to the Studio. This summer, artist Larry Randolph led the way, sharing his postcard design in process with everyone.

You’re invited to participate, too. Draw a design, ask a question for artists or staff to answer, share your thoughts about an artwork, or send a message for the many artists missing their larger community. Tag your work with #PostcardProject on social media, or mail in your postcard. 

Creative Growth // 355 24th Street // Oakland, CA 94612

And please consider making a contribution, so that Creative Growth can continue to engage every artist now and also prepare to welcome everyone back when it’s safe to do so. Thank you!

Based in Oakland, California, Creative Growth is a professional art Studio and Gallery dedicated to the professional development of 150 artists with disabilities. We were founded 46 years ago on the belief that everyone has the ability to express themselves creatively, and the right to access the means of creative expression. Your donation will directly help the Creative Growth community stay connected, reducing social isolation in a vulnerable population.  


Image Description: A screenshot of a medium-dark-skinned man with glasses and a royal blue shirt, holding a small card in his fingers in front of a camera. On the card is a drawing of two women with black afros. One woman’s face is in the process of being shaded with a medium-dark skin tone. The women look alike and are wearing similar shirts. There is handwriting on each side of the card too small to read, but text in the middle of the two women says ‘1973 The Bownette Twins Sisters Back in the 70’. On the right hand side of the photo are four small screenshot boxes. Each box features one or two people participating in an online program and viewing the card the artist is holding in front of the camera.