Mural Arts, The Environment & Social Change

Code: AA41019

Dates: October 7-14, 2021

Meets: 11:00 AM to 12 N

Sessions: 2

Location: ONLINE

Course Fee: $45.00

There are still openings remaining at this time.

Climate change and city planning have disproportionately affected marginalized communities especially low income neighborhoods and people of color. The Mural Arts Environmental Justice initiative is a grassroots driven movement that uses participatory public art to help people in these neighborhoods heal, stay connected, imagine a better future and inspire all of us to take collaborative action. “Meet” some mural artists, see how their work addresses these issues and learn about their visions for the future. Find out how you can participate to make a difference.
Fee: $45.00

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Brad Carney

Brad Carney is a lead Teaching Artist with Mural Arts Philadelphia. Brad is a graduate of Tyler School of Art, with a degree in drawing, painting and sculpture. He loves collaborating with students and neighborhoods, and sees every project as an opportunity to create powerful human connections. Brad's pedagogy is an exploration of the light within, and of shared experiences through the creative process.