Art for Change: “Like Being In Therapy With God.”
At 25, Philadelphia artist Nazeer Sabree has gained a national reputation for his complicated portraits of young Black men and women. The next in a collaboration with Forman Arts Initiative
Art Is Social Justice
In an excerpt from a new book commemorating the Barnes Foundation’s 100th anniversary, Mural Arts’ Jane Golden and the Barnes’s Valerie Gay argue for art as a tool for social justice
Art for Change: The Reluctant Queer Futurist
Kah Yangni, muralist and illustrator, imagines a world where queer people are free to thrive
The Color of Law: “The Conscience of the Country”
In partnership with Mural Arts and the Penn Carey Law School, we’re unveiling a mural of legendary judge, civil rights pioneer, and moral beacon Leon Higginbotham. Here’s why.
Art for Change: The Community Builder
Muralist Cesar Viveros, whose paintings are all over the city, has shifted his focus to activism and communion in the city’s Latino community
More Art, Fewer Accidents?
A collaboration between Mural Arts Philadelphia and a South Philly neighborhood group aims to slow down speeding cars. Could it help reduce the nearly 500 serious traffic injuries in the city every year?
Blue Zone Safe
A muralist, the Eagles and a school come together to create a place where children can soar
Amber Arts: Art To The Rescue
An innovative art collective makes bold public art to help change Philly