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pic The group are extremely pleased with their work and feel that the project has both helped to improve their painting skills and contributed to their personal growth. 95% of the group arrived for work on time and never missed a day. enlarge »
pic The mural and mosaic were created by students and alumni from the Hans Christian Anderson Complex and The Future Leaders Institute under the guidance of Groundswell Artists. enlarge »
pic The Groundswell artists guided the mural team through the history of public art, and the process of designing and creating a mural, and the group visited the Metropolitan Museum of Art to learn about public art works. enlarge »
pic The mural at the Hans Christian Anderson Complex, called 'The Animation State,' is a massive 55 feet high and 165 feet long, and celebrates the power of imagination by showing how animated people are free to do anything they wish. enlarge »
pic The project provided a powerful way for the community to take ownership over their space, and parents expressed their appreciation at giving their children the opportunity to mix and learn from professionals. enlarge »
pic Teens explore space and movement in MOCA’s exhibition A Minimal Future? Art as Object 1958-1968. enlarge »
pic MOCA teens plan and participate in graffiti art entitled “Walls With Permission” featuring a panel discussion, demonions and an opportunity to create new public artworks.
pic Belmont High School students visit WACK! Art and the Feminist Revolution in conjunction MOCA’s High School Classroom Collaboration project. enlarge »
pic High School students explore artist Carl Andre’s work with educator Catherine Arias and performance artist Denise Uyehara. enlarge »
pic High School students participate in a collaborative painting at the monthly Teens of Contemporary Art free, drop-in workshop. enlarge »
pic High school students model their own fashion creations inspired by MOCA’s exhibition Skin + Bones: Parallel Practices in Fashion and Architecture. enlarge »
pic During multi-session residencies, MOCA educators collaborate with local high school art teachers to develop challenging contemporary art lessons. enlarge »
pic MOCA Artist/Educator Ismael de Anda encourages students in the studio to solve problems creatively. enlarge »
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