Myrtle Tate Elementary School in Las Vegas, Nevada recently completed a large scale mural project that was nothing short of spectacular. The project, which was both indoor and outdoor, covered a staggering 19,000 square feet and featured 46 different artists over two separate weekends. The theme of the project was the ocean and the jungle, with the outdoor walls depicting an underwater scene that gradually transitioned to an above ground jungle as you looked through them.
This amazing project was put on by Graffiti Park Las Vegas in partnership with the Clark County School District. It was Graffiti Park’s largest project to date and showcased the most amount of collaboration that the organization has ever seen. The project brought together a diverse group of artists from all over the community, including professional and emerging artists, as well as students from the school.
The project was a true community effort and brought together people from all walks of life. The end result was a beautiful and vibrant mural that not only transformed the school’s walls but also brought inspiration and positivity to the entire community. The mural has become a source of pride for the school and the community, and has attracted many visitors from far and wide.
Overall, the Myrtle Tate Elementary School mural project is a shining example of how art can bring people together and make a positive impact on the community. It is an inspiration to all of us and serves as a reminder of the power of collaboration and the positive impact that art can have on our lives. We are grateful to Graffiti Park Las Vegas and the Clark County School District for their efforts in making this project a reality and for bringing the community together through art.