Jane Golden and Black Thought: How Finding One's Voice Can Change The World
At the 5th annual Ideas We Should Steal Festival® presented by Comcast NBCUniversal, Tariq "Black Thought" Trotter and Mural Arts Executive Director Jane Golden were joined by The Citizen's Larry Platt to talk about the power of art in inspiring everyday people to take action to change their communities, their perspectives, and the world for the better.
Mural Arts InstituteBeyond Philly: Socially-Engaged Public Art Across the Globe
Learn how we bring the Mural Arts model to other change-oriented cities and leaders across the world to help build their capacity and sustain community-driven public art projects and participatory practices.
Now on the Public Art ArchiveExplore Mural Arts’ collections
Cataloging our collections supports our ongoing efforts to expand access to our work. The Public Art Archive is a platform to document and preserve information about our projects and practices. Visit today!
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In-ProgressEnd the Exception: Abolish Slavery in Prisons
The 13th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution – which abolished slavery and involuntary servitude except for persons “duly convicted” of a crime – was a compromise that was made with the Confederacy in 1865.
In-ProgressWe Will Write the World
We Will Write the World encourages dialogue and interactions between grown-ups and children through large-scale public art pieces.
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