The Mosaic Project

“The Mosaic Project embodies the most important work to be done today. Too often we burden our youth with the responsibility of fixing our mistakes. The Mosaic Project empowers children to create peace now, build communities across differences, and break down stereotyping, prejudice, and discrimination.”

- Brett Dennen

On the 2011 Summer Tour, Brett has teamed up with Klean Kanteen to create reusable water bottles which are going to directly benefit The Mosaic Project. Low income students will use the proceeds to attend our unique human relations outdoor school.

As The Mosaic Project’s Resident Rock Star, I created an original musical curriculum for our program. I wrote songs for nearly every subject we teach at Mosaic which i sing with our students around the campfire. Our CD includes these well-loved songs about empathy, diversity, conflict resolution, and peace. It won a Children’s Music Web 2004 Award and a Parent’s Choice Award 2004 Approved Award and has been featured on the popular Bay Area radio stations, KFOG and KPFA.

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The Mosaic Project, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, works towards a peaceful future by reaching children in their formative years. Our principal program is a unique outdoor school in which we unite 4th and 5th graders of diverse backgrounds, provide them with essential skills to thrive in an increasingly diverse society, and empower them to strive for peace. We create a microcosm of the diverse, inclusive, just world we want to see and show our young students PEACE IS POSSIBLE.

Mosaic Project Videos
  • Brett sings “The Empathy Song”.

  • Brett performed at an exclusive backyard house fundraising concert for The Mosaic Project, in honor of the organization’s 10th Anniversary. This clip features a special guest appearance by Mosaic alumnus, Kif, who plays guitar and sings with Brett. They sing “Dance and Be Free.”