Worldreader and The Catherine Mayer Foundation partner to support children’s reading through art and creativity in India and the US. October 2023 – San Francisco, CA and Seattle, WA, United StatesWorldreader and The Catherine Mayer Foundation are pleased to announce a new partnership that will leverage art and creativity to strengthen children’s love of reading, and reinforce reader engagement in […]
(Original article posted by The Boys and Girls Club of Bellevue here). Boys & Girls Clubs of Bellevue (BGCB) has partnered with a local arts foundation to provide our kids with technology that gives them a creative outlet and teaches mindfulness. Our Downtown Clubhouse is working with The Catherine Mayer Foundation, a Seattle-based organization dedicated to […]
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In the heart of downtown, just a few yards from all the day-to-day chaos, artist Catherine Mayer is in her studio, creating a little calm. She is surrounded by her work. But her latest endeavor is less easel and more iPad.