Mural Arts Philadelphia and the prestigious Barnes Foundation are collaborating on a series of projects with Mural Arts’ Restorative Justice program. The Associated Press highlighted one of the formerly incarcerated artists leading one of the projects, as well as some of the students and how they are benefiting from the program.
Clients in the News
- Associated Press covers Mural Arts Residency Program at Philadelphia District Attorney’s OfficeNovember 21, 2019Mural Arts Philadelphia partners with the Philadelphia District Attorney's Office and Art for Justice to create residency for ex-inmate artist. […]
- CBS3 visits Mantua playground for Eagles’ Malcolm Jenkins Mural Dedication with Mural Arts PhiladelphiaNovember 4, 2019Mural Arts Philadelphia and the Malcolm Jenkins Foundation dedicate mural inspired by Drexel's Young Dragon Summer Camp. […]
- 33rd AIDS Walk Philly fundraising success featured on KYW NewsradioOctober 20, 2019AIDS Fund Philly's 33rd Annual AIDS Walk brought thousands of people together and raised over $300,000 for the fight against AIDS […]