“None of us are home until all of us are home,” said Sister Mary Scullion to an inspired audience at an intimate mural dedication Thursday. Scullion is the co-founder of Project H.O.M.E., an organization that provides a variety of essential resources to people in recovery and in transition, including housing, employment, education and healthcare.
On October 5th a vibrant new mural was dedicated along north Broad Street, entitled How to Turn Anything into Something Else.
The mural project paired 12 artists from nationally recognized art collective Miss Rockaway Armada [www.missrockaway.org] with roughly 30 Mural Arts art education students over the summer to develop the concept, artistic flow, and imagery for the mural. This team of artists taught the students, ranging in age of eight to 15 years old, creative exercises that helped them access their vast imaginations.
A dedication ceremony on the morning of August 23rd celebrated the hard work culminating in the successful completion of both interior and exterior artwork at the Asociación Puertorriqueños en Marcha (APM) building on Rising Sun Avenue.
6607 Chew Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19119
Join us as we dedicate prominent muralist Parris Stancell's new mural on the Maternity Care Coalition building in East Mt. Airy, titled Universal Principle of a Mother's Love. This vibrant work of art depicts a young mother and her thoughts about the future for her child.
Sponsored by: City of Philadelphia