Michela Muserra

EHMH: Do You Love It?

Our third office white board mural, this one by Michela Muserra. Do you love it also? We do! Zoom into the film strip to see the white board in operation. Book her or one of our other artists to create hope and opportunity in your work space. EHMH: Do You Love It? ‹ › ×…

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East Harlem Ministry Hub

Collaboration. One of our non-negotiables. Grateful that our new, shared space embodies it. More to come. The first of four murals in production at the East Harlem Ministry Hub, 2271 2nd Ave., NY, NY 10035 (between 116th and 117th on 2nd Ave). East Harlem Ministry Hub ‹ › × × Previous Next Flickr Album Gallery…

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P.S. 204 businessman on mural

PS 204K: The Games We Play

Artist Statement – By Michela Muserra It’s a wrap! Where do I start? “The Games We Play” school mural project was another fulfilling experience with Thrive Collective. We started working with the 4th grade students of PS 204 The Vince Lombardi School back in March. Funded by the Cultural Immigrant Initiative via a grant from…

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child on cloud PS/MS 282

PS 282: Serendipity

Image from iOS Image from iOS (1) Image from iOS (3) Image from iOS (5) Image from iOS (6) Image from iOS (2) Image from iOS (7) intensive2 intensive This mural had a story. Now it has two. I started this mural in April 2017. Through Thrive Collective, the non-profit I work for, I was…

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PS 280Q: It Takes a Village

This spring, Principal Lisa Hidalgo and guidance counselor extraordinaire Danielle Lammering commissioned our third mural project at PS 280. “It Takes a Village” transformed the guidance office suite, and celebrates the role that community plays in shaping values and inspiring our goals and vision. PS 280Q: It Takes A Village ‹ › × × Previous…

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PS 280: Dare Greatly

“It is not the critic who counts; not the man who points out how the strong man stumbles, or where the doer of deeds could have done them better. The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena, whose face is marred by dust and sweat and blood; … who comes short…

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Superpowers & Serve with Heart

Our final School Murals project of 2018, completed on the eve of the new school year, features two murals “Superpowers” and “Serve with Heart” at the entrance of PS 280Q in Jackson Heights, Queens. We are grateful for new friends and collaborators Principal Lisa Hidalgo and Guidance Counselor Danielle Lammering. Finished Murals As Seen on…

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HSTAT: Migration Remix

Welcome to “Migration Remix,” where students from one Brooklyn high school see themselves in masterpieces by Frida Kahlo (Mexico), Johannes Vermer (Netherlands), Hokusai (Japan), Van Gogh (Netherlands), Edvard Munch (Norway), Banksy (UK), Grant Wood (USA), and Keith Haring (USA). In this collaboration with the High School of Telecommunications, Art & Technology, artists and students focused on…

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PS 185 mural

PS 185: See Yourself in the Story

Welcome to “See Yourself in the Story,” a collaboration between Thrive and PS 185 that aimed to reimagine classic characters so that they represented the more diverse community of Bay Ridge. Made possible by NYC Council Member Vincent Gentile and the Cultural Immigrant Initiative, the mural is for all of the different people who now call…

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alien making music on a mural

The Beat of our Drums

This year has brought a new, growing relationship with Carnegie Hall, first as a NeON Arts provider in the South Bronx; then as a featured arts organization at their “A Time Like This: Music for Change” concert; and most recently at their Spring Family Day on April 8. Exactly 1,703 people came through Carnegie Hall…

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