Find inspiring ways to bring play and creativity into your classroom and your community.


Find inspiring ways to bring play and creativity into your classroom and your community.

Increase access to play and the arts through our Treasure Box Curriculum, Community Art Projects, Professional Development Programs, and Online Workshops.

Let’s Talk About The Beautiful Stuff Project

Treasure Box Curriculum

Play matters for young children and increasing access to it in classrooms with our treasure box curriculum is at the heart of our work. Thoughtfully curated with our unique inventory of rescued materials our treasure boxes inspire creative thinking, problem solving, risk taking, and joy. Low cost, efficient, and easy to use hundreds of teachers have invited us into their classrooms to introduce treasure boxes, been awed by the engaged learners they witness, and have found ways to integrate them into their schedules in varying ways.

Child playing with different colored blocks
child playing with metal objects on a table
child drawing a design made from dots
Objects in front of small mirrors on boxes
three example stuff towers

Community Art Projects

Collaborative projects have the power to build connections, empower community, and beautify our shared spaces. From arts integration in classrooms to public art and messaging, The Beautiful Stuff Project has the expertise and the materials to help your group create something amazing.

Sign Up for Professional Development

The Beautiful Stuff Project offers a varied menu of online professional development opportunities including our most popular introduction to our Treasure Box Curriculum as well as more specialized topics. We can also work with you to create in-person sessions just right for your school or program.

woman organizing different size and color cones

Schedule a Personalized Consultation

Are you interested in learning more about The Beautiful Stuff Project? Contact us for a free 20 minute consultation with founding director, Marina Seevak, to discuss your questions and create a plan for moving forward together.

woman painting different color snakes on a canvas

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Looking for Resources?

Check out our library of children’s books, articles, and helpful websites.