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    I Just Want To Come Home declares a new mural in Bushwick on a Food Bazaar Supermarket, painted by a team of young men considering the complex relationship between police and young men of col...

  • Moving Forward

    Created by 17 young adult artists and 2 professional artists, this mural helps to create an inviting gateway at the entryway to this historic Brooklyn neighborhood. The text-based image captures th...

  • The City As A Living Body

    Students from New Museums Global Classroom Program (G:Class) created The City as a Living Body in contribution to IDEAS CITY, a biannual street festival and conference series which brings ...

  • New Decisions and Second Chances

    New Decisions and Second Chances was created by a group of young men at East River Academy on Rikers Island. Through this project, the incarcerated youth were able to take ownership of their ...

  • Honoring Our Veterans

    In partnership with New York City Councilmember Vincent Gentile and the New York City Department of Parks and Recreation, Groundswell created a new mural commemorating the sacrifices and commitment of our veterans for a wall located at the Fort Hamilton Athletic Field.

  • We Are All on Safety Patrol

    "We Are All on Safety Patrol" was created in collaboration with the New York City Department of Transportation, Roy H Mann Middle School, and Millennium Development Corporation in Bergen Beach, Brooklyn.

  • The Road Not Taken

    This mural aimed to improve the literacy skills and deepen understanding of poetry through reading and writing amongst students at the Rose M. Singer Center at the Austin H. McCormick Island Academy.

  • Connectivity

    Connectivity is featured at the entrance of PS 506 and was created by two fifth grade classes. The mural focuses on the ideas of global community, technology, and journalism.

  • Growth and Change

    "Growth and Change" is featured in the courtyard of MS 210 in Ozone Park, Queens. The mural was painted by fifty sixth and seventh grade Advanced Art students and spans 70 feet.

  • Turning Point

    Turning Point focuses on MS 219s core principles of community, academics, and athletics. The mural addresses the need for young people to develop educated minds and healthy bodies, and speaks to the need for the community’s investment in supporting its most important resource - its people.

  • What We Want, What We Believe

    "What We Want, What We Believe" is a mural inspired by the work of legendary artist and former Black Panther Emory Douglas. The mural project was completed in conjunction with a major retrospective...

  • Woman Rise

    "Woman Rise" is a mural that exemplifies women’s struggles and the paths taken to rise above those issues. The mural was created in partnership with the Bowery Residents’ Committee (BRC), a transitional housing residence for homeless women.

  • Nature's Playground

    Natures Playground brings to light important environmental issues in the Bronx. The mural team wanted to raise awareness of how it would benefit the community to preserve and restore the Bronx River.

  • Eco Nova: Seen and Unseen

    Eco Nova is a large-scale abstraction of form and color. The bold choice of colors and shapes transforms the side entranceway of PS 503, making it a more inviting place for both the students and the residents on the block.

  • Art Builds Community, Community Creates Change

    As one of six projects in our Summer Leadership Institute, young women participating in Voices Her’d Visionaries painted a monumental mural exploring female empowerment, immigrant rights, and gender equality: a call to end discrimination in all forms.

  • Roots and Wings

    Roots and Wings incorporates suggestion from the Wyckoff Gardens community, which spoke of four critical themes that they wanted the mural to address: Unity, Family, Employment, and Education.