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The Mural Arts Program restored the only remaining collaborative mural created by pop artist Keith Haring. Kathy Matheson and Matt Rourke from the Associated Press came out to cover the story.
The 27th Annual AIDS Walk Philly raised funds and awareness about HIV/AIDS in Philadelphia.
The Mural Arts Program does really amazing work in the Restorative Justice field, helping those in or coming out of the criminal justice system find a new path. The story of Michael Whittington is told here on CNN.
The young life of Shirkey Warthen was honored with a Mural Arts Program mural in West Philadelphia, and featured on the cover of Metro.
This week the Mural Arts Program announced details of the cool What We Sow project, including more about the 70×7 The Meal, act XXXIV culminating event on October 5.
In a charming ceremony with children feeding koi and launching origami boats into the pond, Shofuso Japanese House and Garden rededicated their beautifully restored garden.
The Today Show featured a gorgeous, moving piece today about the Mural Arts Program and their work with youth in their Art Education program.
Agence France Presse came and spent a full day shooting and interviewing leaders, artists, and youth involved in the Mural Arts Program.
Philadelphia Magazine said it all: “Perfect weather for a party in the park.”
WOMEN’S WAY honored maternal health advocate Christy Turlington Burns at the 36th Annual Powerful Voice for Women Awards on May 9, 2013. Christy attracted some wonderful attention for this important organization, including appearances in TIME Magazine, the Today Show, and the Philadelphia Daily News.