Projects

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  • Bike Safely - Cross Carefully

    Groundswell and the New York City Department of Transportation (NYC DOT) designed the Traffic Safety Sign Residency Program to engage public school students in exploring traffic safety information ...

  • No Nos Vamos

    Each week, a Groundswell team met with senior citizens twice for two hours to plan and execute our mural. The team began the process with a combination of reviewing the history of Los Sures and sha...

  • Attack of the Second Hand Smoke

    To create You SmokeWe All Smoke and "Attack of the Second Hand Smoke, students from IS 318explored smoking as a public health issue in partnership with Woodhull Asthma Awareness Progr...

  • You Smoke…We All Smoke

    To create You SmokeWe All Smoke and "Attack of the Second Hand Smoke, students from IS 318 explored smoking as a public health issue in partnership with Woodhull Asthma Awareness Progr...

  • Watch Your Every Move! Safety Sign

    Groundswell and the New York City Department of Transportation (NYC DOT) designed the Traffic Safety Sign Residency Program to engage public school students in exploring traffic safety information ...

  • On the Outside Looking In

    Dunkin Donuts commissioned Groundswell to create a new mural that both depicts the changing nature of Williamsburg and taps into the neighborhoods vibrant community and artistic identity.

  • Stop and Look Both Ways Before Crossing Safety Sign

    Groundswell and the New York City Department of Transportation (NYC DOT) designed the Traffic Safety Sign Residency Program to engage public school students in exploring traffic safety information ...

  • Social Traps

    The students created the mural as an anti-gun violence advertisement for the high school walls. The students researched ways to prevent gun violence, shared personal stories, and created the mural to address these pressing issues.

  • The Privilege of History

    Lead Artist Bayunga Kialeuka oversaw a group of youth in the creation of The Privilege of History, a mural on two walls of Law Studies High School.

  • Yesterday I Dared to Struggle. Today I Dare To Win

    The diverse community living on Graham Avenue, known locally as Avenue of Puerto Rico, is comprised of Latino, African American, and Caribbean peoples. “Yesterday I Dared to Struggle. Today I Dare To Win,” created through Groundswell’s Voices Her’d Visionaries program, represents this community in four sections.

  • The Golden Birdcage

    Groundswells first project organized Latino youth living in Williamsburg. Through numerous drawing sessions the group generated the mural's theme, How Our People Left Everything Behind to Str...