Exhibit

Youth Public Arts Project

Youth Arts Pic

The Youth Public Arts Project is an outreach program for at-risk youth that provide arts education programs to have a positive impact on their community, to express themselves through artwork, and to build teamwork, social, and interpersonal skills through the visual arts.

Check out the program here


Past Public Art Projects Include:

 Soda Cans
Planter Bench
Location: Previously in front of Emerge Gallery, 404 S. Evans Street, Greenville, NC.

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"Plant the Arts, Grow a Community”
Location: Previously on the Taff Building, where The Boundary is now.

Evans Street Fence 1
Evans Street Fence
Location: This fence bridged Cinnamon Indian Cuisine and Garry’s Skin Grafix in Uptown Greenville. The fence was where the courtyard to the parking deck is now.

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Forest Scene Mural
Location: Behind Emerge along Merchant’s Alley.

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Sunday in the Park Mural
Location: In the multi-purpose room at the Drew Steele Center, 1058 S. Elm Street, Greenville, NC.

Soda Cans
Soda Can Panels
Location: Corner of Jarvis & 3rd Street
About: In 2014/2015 we kicked off this project at the first Art + Community event. We took the project to several public events to invite members of the community to participate and the Youth Public Arts Project saw the work to completion.