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  • The Fruits of Our Labor

    The Fruit of Our Labor, a new mural located in Mount Eden, was painted by the communitys youth in order to improve the publics perspective on agricultural and food workers. The young ar...

  • The Power of Flourishing Minds

    In partnership with The Trust for Public Land (TPL) and PS 15 The Roberto Clemente School campus, Groundswell inspired stewardship of the environment in youth artists through the artistic transform...

  • House of Knowledge, Boat of Success, and The Flow of Knowledge

    Groundswell and Row New York, the only program of its kind dedicated to teaching young people in under-resourced communities the sport of competitive rowing, unveil a mural banner series celebratin...

  • Our Journey to Clean Water

    Groundswell, in partnership with The Greenpoint Chamber of Commerce and the New York City Department of Environmental Protection (DEP), engaged youth muralists in the creation of Our Journey to ...

  • The Four Elements

    The Four Elements was a collaboration with The Trust for Public Land and JHS 162. The mural covers a handball court in the school playground. To celebrate nature, the artist team focused on t...

  • Stewardship of Nature

    In Stewardship of Nature, students from JHS 157 beautified their schoolyard in partnership with The Trust for Public Land. Students reflected on the diversity and beauty found in nature, and ...

  • Beautifying Riverbank

    Beautifying Riverbank was created by Groundswell in partnership with the NYS Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation and NYC Department of Environmental Protection.

  • Birds of Soluna

    Birds of Soluna is an extension to a previous Groundswell mosaic installed on the outer faade of BRCs Casa de los Vecinos transitional housing residence for individuals living with mental illness.

  • Infinite Dreams

    A team of youth led by artists Clare Herron and Grace Baley worked with The Trust for Public Land to transform PS 164's blacktop schoolyard into a green play space for the students and neighborhood residents.

  • Rainforest and Butterflies

    Rainforest and Butterflies was designed in partnership with The Trust for Public Land as part of its larger transformation of a vacant lot at PS 78 into a new community playground.

  • BRC Mosaic

    Through Groundswells Segue program, juvenile offenders worked with artist Jess Poplawski to create a mosaic for the entryway of Casa de los Vecinos, a transitional housing residence for individuals living with mental illness.

  • Lutheran Mosaic

    Twelve youth participated in the creation of the Lutheran Mosaic, led by artists Clare Herron and Yana Dimitrova. The students identified symbols in nature to represent the diverse communities in Brooklyn.

  • Nature Adventure

    "Nature Adventure" transforms the playground walls of PS 176 into a wondrous nature adventure, encouraging the school childrens imaginations to flourish and expand.

  • Natural Inspiration

    Fifteen youth created "Natural Inspiration" in partnership with the Bowery Resident’s Committee (BRC) and its women’s residence in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn.

  • Worker Bees

    "Worker Bees" was created in partnership with the New York City Department of Transportation. It spans 180 feet and is located in Downtown Brooklyn at Cadman Plaza, a major traffic crossroads of people going to and from work.

  • Coney Island Aquarium Mural

    "Coney Island Aquarium Mural" adds even more color and life to the New York Aquarium. It is a large-scale mural created by a youth group from the South Brooklyn Youth Consortium (SBYC) in partnership with Groundswell artists.