Small and mighty - our engagements in US and Kenya


Welcome to the limeSHIFT monthly newsletter! We are an organization committed to community engagement through art — we do this in large corporate workspaces or outdoors with real estate developments. You have been added to the limeSHIFT community because someone you know believes you care about art’s impact on individual’s day-to-day lives. Through our newsletters, we will share our projects, opportunities for artists and interesting articles and exhibits. We’re excited to have you along on our journey, but should you wish to opt out please proceed unsubscribe below! This month, we are highlighting our project, the Lincoln Park Patchwork Mural. Enjoy!

Coloring Lincoln Park

Socially-conscious and LEED Platinum real estate developer Broder engages the local community in an art project. With limeSHIFT, they commissioned artists Ellen Rutt and Patrick Ethen to create community-inspired art. The result, the Lincoln Park Patchwork Mural (LPPM), is a 60-foot mural with light installation in progress at Broder’s construction site.

We're currently seeking community submissions to inspire the artist’s upcoming patterns! 


Agility in Action: Co-Creating with Clients

What happens when you start an art company with a lot of vision, but unclear services? How do you pitch and sell your work?  This is limeSHIFT’s current sales challenge. Learn how we're pitching innovators. 


Art in Action: #blacklivesmatter

In the wake of the recent police-involved killings of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile, the Black Lives Matter movement has picked up momentum. Learn how art challenges narratives and heals communities and individuals.


Lend to limeSHIFT with Kiva!

We're proud to be included in Kiva's international network of entrepreneurs seeking to reach their potential. Kiva, a nonprofit, provides borrowers access to no-interest loans through its platform of millions of lenders. 


In The News

Rockaway!... Journalist Nadja Sayej shares Katharina Grosse's latest public art intervention in Fort Tilden, NY and references Yazmany's Beware of Colour Project in Johannesburg. 

Our communications ninja Jesse wrote on Martin Creed's work in New York: "Understanding, Understanding." If you are in New York, this is your last week to visit Creed's retrospective at the Park Avenue Armory, The Back Door. 

Reading List

Be inspired along with the team by these thought provoking articles:

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Thank you for spreading the word on limeSHIFT. We seek to transform spaces into a reflection of community vision and an inspiration for creativity, productivity and connection.


The first three buildings were painted in June. Muslims and Christians came together and painted while entertained by poets. Local TV stations featured the project and its importance in creating cohesion and mitigating conflict in advance of the upcoming 2017 presidential election.