Art + Community.
Part of our mission at Good Day Studio is to bring our community together through the use of community art projects. Scroll down to see our current and past projects.
Lilburn Rocks! A Kindness Rock Project
Ongoing - The premise of the "Lilburn Rocks!" project is simple. We paint rocks to spread joy, kindness, and positivity within the community of Lilburn, GA. We have the additional goals of painting together, spending time outdoors, and building community. Join us at https://www.facebook.com/Lilburnrocks/
Phase I: Join the international kindness rock movement! Paint a rock with a kind message and leave it for someone to find.
Phase II: Exciting news coming soon!
The Lilburn Library Children's Mural
Coming in August 2017: Project Description and photos coming soon!
The Little Doors of Lilburn
June - July 2017: Playing off of public art displays such Tiny Doors ATL and Secret Doors Decatur, students enrolled in Good Day Studio summer camp designed, built, and painted the Little Doors of Lilburn. We installed them in Lilburn City Park and along the Camp Creek Greenway Trail for 2 weeks in July of 2017. We installed signs in Old Town Lilburn encouraging residents to look for the doors. Follow the conversation with #littledoorsoflilburn.
The Camp Creek Greenway Mural Project
January- June 2017 - The Beauty of Collaboration- In January 2017, we approached the City of Lilburn with the idea of having Good Day summer campers paint a mural to be installed in downtown Lilburn. City Council suggested that the mural be comprised of local pets and chose the Camp Creek Greenway for the location. The project took off when we partnered with the Village Vets of Lilburn-Stone Mountain to sponsor a pet photo contest, calling for submissions from the community.
July 2017- Lilburn Loves its Pets: Pets were chosen for the mural based on votes from the community. Good Day founder and lead instructor, Mark Watkins drew portraits of the pets onto carbon transfers. Good Day summer campers invented the background, transferred the pet portraits, and painted the mural. It is now a permanent installation on the Camp Creek Greenway Trail.