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About Noble Dre*Ali’s The Mitchel Mandala aims to portray the spirit and strength of Mitchel residents through depictions of front line workers, persons of varied ages and races, and animals that symbolize resilience and rebirth. Responding directly to sentiments shared by residents, the artwork is also...

About Dario Mohr’s Sow the Seeds is a call to acknowledge the rich roots of South Bronx residents’ lineages as well as a plea to implement sustainable and healthy environmental practices. A neighbor of Mitchel Houses, Mohr is a witness to the gentrification and heat island...

About Caffetti’s Hue Are You is designed to bring life and color to the neighborhood. A former resident of the South Bronx who lived near Mitchel Houses, Caffetti is a vocal proponent of bringing more attention and respect to an area of the city that he...

About Blanka Amezkua’s Us: We / We Inter-Are presents a papel picado (perforated paper) style banner referencing the traditional Mexican folk art. The artist portrays popular symbols significant to the rich heritages and contemporary cultures of her community. Of note are illustrations presenting icons of Latinx,...