Studio Arts

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Hope Oakland

For the second consecutive year, Clorox sponsored Thrive Collective to beautify a youth arts and mentoring space — this time in Oakland! The “Hope Oakland” mural includes contributions from two of the Bay Area’s muralist legends: Camer1 from San Fransisco and Tim from the Illuminaries in Oakland. Hope Oakland ‹ › × × Previous Next…

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Mayor’s Fund 25th Anniversary Gala

mayors-fund-vale mayors-fund-ajayi mayors-fund-vale2 mayors-fund-rosabella Scroll -> to see all four canvases. What to do when Carnegie Hall and NeON Arts recommend you to The Mayor’s Fund to Advance New York City to find students to paint four original canvases to present as awards to four of the most distinguished NYC philanthropists at its 25th anniversary…

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Do You Love It (2.0)

Award-winning actor Sterling K. Brown joins Clorox and Thrive Collective to celebrate the transformative power of clean at a new Youth Opportunity Hub in Harlem, New York, Tuesday, Feb. 27, 2018. The space was cleaned with a grant from Clorox and the help of 250 community volunteers to create new possibilities for youth as an…

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For One and All

The mural students at our 2018 Harlem Hub Summer Arts Academy students crushed this mural project in five days. The also collaborated with our music students to write, perform, and record, “Turn up the Value” (available on iTunes and Sound Cloud). And with our media students to produce the music video for the song (available…

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Map It

In Loving Memory of Sally Sasz In Memoriam In 2018, Thrive Collective interns and rising college sophomores, Sally Sasz and Chloe Pitkoff were challenged to design and paint a white board mural for the Living Redemption Youth Opportunity Hub conference room in Harlem. This is the result. All white surfaces were painted with erasable white…

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Mural

Harlem Hub

“Harlem Hub” depicts the individuals and larger Harlem community being cultivated at the Living Redemption Youth Opportunity Hub. Launched officially on February 27, 2018, students from the Hub’s Studio Arts programs designed and produced the mural with art director Kekoa, and an assist from award-winning actor Sterling K. Brown, Clorox, and Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus…

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