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A sampling of dozens of public installations, many of which were done in conjunction with Project S.N.A.P.

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Kids Helping Kids
Children's Hospital of Michigan Stilson Center

Project S.N.A.P. and Children's Hospital of Michigan partnered to create a 4'x 6' mosaic mural entitled "Kids Helping Kids". Over 2,000 students of all abilities and backgrounds from the Macomb Intermediate School District participated in the project which was designed to help give members of the community a chance to connect personally with the new Children's Hospital Stilson Center.

Detroit Science Center

It's Our World, Don't Waste It
Detroit Science Center

This giant 15'x20' mural contains over 14,000 artworks created by thousands of K-8 students across Michigan. Every student had the opportunity to express their appreciation for the beauty of nature, share their views on why it is important to preserve the earth's resources and take action by creating art that carried that message.

Martin Luther King Jr

MLK Historic District
Chicago, Illinois

Created by over 1,000 students, teachers, principals, families, and community leaders from across North Lawndale, IL, this mosaic mural was a special opportunity for members of the community to come together and celebrate the launch of the new MLK Historic District.

 

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Hawai'i 50th Anniversary of Statehood
Honolulu International Airport

The Hawai'i 50th Anniversary of Statehood Mosaic Mural was unveiled in August of 2009. The mosaic mural is 8' X 20' and contains over 8,000 artworks created by K-12 students from Hawai'i and across the country. Click the link below to see some of the media coverage.

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Hope and Cure

Hope and Cure
JDRF Illinois

In 2009, JDRF Illinois, Ford Motor Company Fund, and Project S.N.A.P. partnered together to create two giant mosaic murals made out of the drawings of JDRF Illinois children and families and members of the JDRF Illinois community.


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