Projects

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  • Stapleton: The Community As Home

    The first mural at Stapleton Houses, Stapleton: The Community As Home is an homage to the history and current atmosphere at Stapleton Houses. The mural captures how the young artists, residents of Stapleton, value their home and express their creativity.

  • Empowering the People, Transforming Our Home

    Through a new mural, youth artists engaged seniors at the Stapleton Houses in a public dialogue about the development's past and future as a site of hope, dreams, and community engagement.

  • I Am Who We Are

    The first of three murals at Saint Nicholas Houses, "I Am Who We Are"was addresses the Saint Nicholas Houses residents concern for the public space within the neighborhood. Within the mural, the division between public and personal space is indistinct in order to highlight the fact that ones personal life effects public life and vice versa.

  • CAMBA: Where You Can

    CAMBA: Where You Can was designed and fabricated at CAMBAs Flagstone Family Center to promote a positive image vision of family, home, stability, growth, change, and community. The Flagsto...

  • Searching for Crown Heights

    Through Groundswells Segue program, Groundswell and Settlement Housing Fund brought together a team of young students from the DREAMS YouthBuild program and the S.O.S. C...

  • Love, Peace, and Hope

    As part of the Teen Empowerment Mural Apprenticeship, a team of young artists created three banners The AIDS Center at Montefiore Medical Center. The banners brighten up a hallway leading into the ...

  • The Gateway to Tomorrow

    The Gateway to Tomorrow is a celebration of the hidden treasures within the Brownsville community, namely its school and students. The participants of the artist team are students of Brownsvi...

  • Trans Latinas En Revolucion

    Trans Latinas En Revolucion is a series of three separate banners about transgender Latina womens empowerment created by Make the Road NY participants which will be used in protest marches...

  • Diaspora Arts

    Turnaround Arts students and staff celebrated the Afro-Caribbean diaspora in a mural. Painted on the schools auditorium stage, Diaspora Arts will be used as a backdrop for a variety of eve...

  • Reason

    In “Reason,” the final of the three projects at PS 41, three panels display instances when students are making decisions.

  • Wall of Reflect

    Every person in a community should be recognized for his or her contributions, but there are often not enough opportunities to reflect on the people who make a neighborhood vibrant. Through the com...

  • Respect: Respect Yourself, Your Peers, Your Elders, The Spaces We Share.

    Groundswell partnered with SCO Family of Services and PS 41 to complete three murals for the school to generate one large project. Each section focused on either respect, responsibility, or reason....

  • Assembling the Future

    Designed by a talented team of New York City young women, Assembling the Future illustrates that the building of a strong healthy child is a community responsibility. They were inspired by th...

  • Local Heroes

    Local Heroes enlivens a once neglected underpass with a vibrant tribute to the local heroes of Flatbush, including cultural icons past and present, citywide, national, and international. ...

  • Carnival of Aspirations

    Learning has been proven fun through a Carnival of color, vibrancy, and community engagement with youth artists. With three monumental murals already installed on the exterior of the school, ...

  • Responsibility

    Groundswell partnered with SCO Family of Services and PS 41 to complete three murals for the school to generate one large project. Each section focused on either respect, responsibility, or reason....