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  • From the Ground Up

    During the summer of 2016, as part of Groundswell's Summer Leadership Institute (SLI) 2016, upwards of 140 teens are coming together citywide to create seven inspiring murals from July 5 to August ...

  • 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.

  • Cuisine d'Amour

    In partnership with The International Culinary Center, a team of Groundswell youth artists from diverse cultural backgrounds created a beautiful new mural celebrating the home cooking traditions of their families.

  • Lang Public Art Squad

    New School students from Eugene Lang College for Liberal Arts worked with professional artist Conor McGrady to learn about the mural-making process and collectively design and paint a mural for a community-based organization.

  • The Guest House

    Ten Rikers Island inmates created a large mural based on the poem The Guest House by Rumi on the wall of the Eric M. Taylor Center at Rikers Island.

  • Brooklyn High School of the Arts Band Room Mural

    "Band Room Mural" features a blend of jazzy musical imagery and Brooklyn iconography. It is a celebration of music appreciation, created for a new band room at Brooklyn High School of the Arts.

  • Timeless Rhythm

    Timeless Rhythm, Groundswells first mosaic bench project, was created in partnership with the New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) and the Hugh Gilroy Senior Center in the historic Week...

  • Encrucijadas

    In partnership with the Eugene Lang College for Liberal Arts at The New School, Encrucijadas was created by a mural painting class led by Groundswell during the Spring semester of 2008.

  • The Spirit of Rhythm

    “The Spirit of Rhythm” is located in the music wing of Brooklyn High School of the Arts. A group of art and music students participated in the creation of the mural by contributing drawings and suggestions for the design.

  • True Pioneers of Hip Hop

    Monroe High School wanted to recognize the historical impact and cultural contribution of the neighborhood to hip hop by creating a mural in the school lunch room to acknowledge and celebrate early Hip Hop culture and the local figures that created it.

  • La Lucha Continua: Homage to Eva Cockcroft

    Groundswell, Artmakers Inc, and the Lower East Side People's Federal Credit Union teamed up to create a mural to honor the memory of Eva Cockcroft and celebrate community mural making in New York.