MICA Students Work with JEH Students on School Murals

The newly painted entrance to John Eager Howard Elementary School (12/6/2011)

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This past December students in the Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) class, Finding Baltimore, worked with students of John Eager Howard Elementary School to refresh old murals and paint new ones. Over the course of their fall semester, MICA students met with John Eager Howard’s principal and students to design and paint projects that inspired learning. In all, four murals were painted.

 

MICA students working with John Eager Howard students to refresh the front mural.

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MICA students work with John Eager Howard students to refresh the "Beyond Baltimore" United States map mural in the outdoor classroom.

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Beyond Baltimore” mural in the outdoor classroom

MICA students and JEH students paint a hallway mural with native Maryland plants (12/6/2011)

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The completed hallway

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