Wednesday, October 15, 2008
The United Arts Council of Raleigh and Wake County
Check this out! I just found it on a google search of my name! This was a great project that is very adaptable to most school and community environments.
"The United Arts Council of Raleigh and Wake County has spearheaded an unusual project designed to build community spirit among students at the DuBois Center and Forest Pines Elementary School in Wake Forest, NC. The innovative visual arts project is designed to build a sense of pride among students, to demonstrate multiple groups working together toward a common goal and to begin a common heritage as the center grows toward its renewed purpose. "Cut from the Same Cloth" is an arts education residency featuring Maryland artist Caryl Henry-Alexander."
Posted by Caryl Henry-Alexander at 9:55 PM
Labels: AIE, art, art education, banners, Caryl Henry, Caryl Henry Alexander, community art, conflict resolution, DuBois Center, murals, Raleigh NC, United Arts Council
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