Anti-Racism Mural Project

South Shore Arts Student Artwork

Marshall J. Gardner Center For The Arts

Come experience the work of the South Shore Arts Teen Arts Board. Inspired by the impact of the death of George Floyd, this group of eight high school students decided that they would use their artistic talents to speak up for justice.

Guided and mentored by local artist, Ish Muhammad, these students have created a memorable piece that illustrates their voice and passion for the fight against racism.

Also on display will be artwork from other notable Northwest Indiana student artists.

This project was made possible with the generous support from the Legacy Foundation.


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As a priority of public safety from the Covid-19 virus, we ask our guests to please wear a mask when viewing the exhibit.

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