Connor Creative Art Center is a therapeutic art center located on the property of the Touch A Life Care Center. It is a place where formerly trafficked and exploited children can express their emotions in creative and noninvasive ways.
The center was built by the Deals in memory their son, Connor, who died at the age of 12. They continue to support the center and travel annually to contribute to the work taking place there. Connor loved Legos and all things creative (drawing, writing stories, scripting movies); he would celebrate the life, encouragement, and healing that other children are receiving there.
The idea for Connor Creative Art Center came together with the help of Art Feeds and Vagabond Designs. Since being built in 2012, the structure, shaped as giant Lego bricks, with bold primary colors, has inspired the creation of additional therapeutic art centers for exploited children in Cambodia and Thailand.
To learn more visit TouchALifeKids.org