The Tuska Store is here!
MYTHOS: Tuska's Art of Self Reflection opens in Brooklyn, NY
Our mission is the continued embodiment of American artist, educator and philosopher, John Regis Tuska (1931-1998)
Tuska is reflecting and acting upon the philosophy of Non Basta Una Vita™-One Life is Not Enough.
We celebrate the importance of art in the healing process.
Art and food?
Tuska Inspirational Dining Experience with Chef Ranada West-Riley
Honored once again to design the ISPA Inspiration Awards
Welcome to Tuska.com,
I am proud to inform you - Art Heals!
This is not theory or even a gut feeling.
It is real and it is needed now more than ever. There is no escaping the clouds of uncertainty and the swell of energy that seems to prevail in our daily lives.
Everyone at Tuska is filled with the spiritual empowerment the arts can inspire in all of us. The intrinsic connection of wellness through the arts could never be more important.
Our goals for 2017 began high and as we have met each one we make new goals even higher. We continue to gather partners, educators and art lovers to continue our program development and to empower every child, every veteran, every aging loved one with the healing power of art.
Countless studies have proven an unmistakable correlation between our level of health and happiness and the role art plays in our life. From an active appreciation to collecting and decorating our surroundings to creating our own, wellness is enhanced by art.
We are proud to say that Tuska's 501c3, The Tuska Foundation, is in final stages of preparation to begin the Tuska Arts Scholarship Program. More news will be coming very soon!
Non Basta Una Vita,
“A brilliant renaissance man who through his powerful Art of the Human Condition offers a philosophy which brings the soul forward. A story of life’s lessons which will live in our hearts for all generations to come”
The Marsh Spa
Development is in full swing on our new program:
Euphoria - Discovering a body for life!
“I have had many media changes in my life, since I do not feel one media answers all of the visual questions that concern me. I have always generated the premise “what if?”. There are always questions, and the possible answers are what I produce." - Tuska