Come Paint With Us! All Ages Welcome!
On October 17, 18 and 19, 2019, Sacred Arts Research Foundation will be partnering with The Graham Ave. Business Improvement District, P.S. 257, Golden Drum, A.U.M., M.A.I.S.C and the Borinquen Plaza Community Center North Brooklyn YMCA to create a collaborative mural!
This free public event will take place at 46 Graham Ave. at Cook St. (Fabco Shoes building) from 10am-6pm, Thursday-Saturday, Oct. 17-19.
To participate, please fill out the registration form below. To volunteer, please click here.
Lead artist Craig Anthony Miller will direct the overall painting while participants (that’s you) come and create smaller pieces within the larger painting. This is a 20-foot high wall and our experienced artists will be painting it to its full height!
This community mural project will be a free public event for families and people of all ages to attend and participate in the completion of a public work of art to beautify our city.. The theme of the mural will be Bridges of Urban Ecology!
We invite YOU, your families, schools and communities to join us in this awesome event!
FOOD, FUN & ART SUPPLIES WILL ALL BE PROVIDED
If you would like to get involved and join us please RSVP BELOW. If you would like to Volunteer, please click here.
ABOUT ARTIST CRAIG ANTHONY MILLER
Grounded in the raw beauty of stained glass and street art, Craig Anthony Miller’s powerful use of deconstructed shape and pulsing color explores the incredible strength of the human spirit as it triumphs over despair. Infused with Hindu images of Lord Ganesh laced with soaring birds, his work stirs and uplifts with the message “Be Mindful of Your Ability to Fly.”
To be able to provide free and public arts programming we rely on the generous donations of our local sponsors. We would like to extend a special thank you to our sponsors for your support!