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Mural Community Project: The Multicultural Center


This is a for student by student community project that centers students at the forefront of creating a visual representation that celebrates our history, values, and community by examining the past, present, and future.
In collaboration with Professor Richard Gomez and the class, this community mural project feedback is based on:
•  To understand that the process of this community art project is the true measure of value and is equally important as the product.
•  The role of art in community is to connect and communicate cultures, values, and voices.
• It is important that we send the message that Art is for everyone, regardless of their status in society.


If you are interested in providing feedback on the mural community project, please attend a campus community feedback session. A survey will also be created as another way to provide feedback if you are unable to attend a feedback session.

Monday, February 11
Multicultural Center/Kolligian Library 169

Tuesday, February 19
Multicultural Center/Kolligian Library 169

Wednesday February 20
First Session: Noon-2pm
Second Session: 3pm-5pm
Multicultural Center/Kolligian Library 169

Link for online feedback will be available soon!