Recently, a volunteer large scale mural project was completed at MLK Jr. Elementary School in Las Vegas. The project, which was themed around Martin Luther King Jr. and other prominent African American individuals who promoted social change, was an incredible display of artistic talent and community spirit.
Over the course of three days, 20 different artists came together to create 26 unique murals that covered a total of 13,000 square feet of indoor space. The murals featured positive messages, quotes, and portraits of these influential people, and provided a powerful visual representation of the impact that these individuals have had on our society.
The project was put on by Graffiti Park Las Vegas in partnership with the Clark County School District, and it was a true testament to the power of collaboration and community engagement. The school and surrounding community were thrilled to see the finished product and it has become a source of inspiration and pride for the students and staff.
This project was an incredible display of the impact that art can have on a community, and it serves as a reminder of the power of individuals to come together and make a positive impact. We hope that this project will continue to inspire future generations and promote social change through art.