Cheyenne High School in Las Vegas, Nevada recently unveiled a stunning large scale mural project that shines a light on the importance of social justice. The project, which was both indoor and outdoor, covered an impressive 1,600 square feet and featured the work of 9 talented artists over 4 days. This project was commissioned, as it included many prominent figures and positive quotes related to social justice.
The mural project was put on by Graffiti Park Las Vegas in partnership with the Clark County School District, and it was a true collaborative effort between the two organizations. The project brought together a diverse group of artists, including both professional and emerging artists.
The theme of the mural was centered around social justice, with the artists incorporating portraits of prominent figures such as activists, leaders and educators who have made significant contributions to the cause of social justice. The artists also incorporated positive quotes and messages related to social justice throughout the halls of the school.
The completion of the mural project was met with great enthusiasm from the students, staff, and community. The mural has become a source of pride for the school, and it serves as a constant reminder of the importance of social justice and the role that each one of us plays in creating a more just and equitable society.