P.S. 36 Arrow Mural Project Raises Creativity

P.S. 36’s arrow mural was a creative study in directionality.
Photo by Edward Watkins

P.S. 36 students recently worked with visual arts teacher Jason Holt; Deborah Yasinsky, LCAG curator of Education and teachers Yolanda Almanza and Andrea Otero to create a 3-story mural on the school’s up and downstair case. The collaborative experience built community among the participating students who gained skills in drawing and painting techniques and an understanding of street art and graffiti style art originating in the Bronx.

P.S. 36 students, visual arts teacher Jason Holt and others admired the staircase’s mural.
Photo by Edward Watkins

P.S. 36 student artists-in-training took a break to discuss their school’s new masterpiece.
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P.S. 36 students did the honors in cutting the ribbon for the imaginative mural.
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P.S. 36 proudly displayed some of their exhibited artworks.
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Jason Holt (back, c) gave an insightful art lesson.
Photo by Edward Watkins

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