Happy to announce that Artists Tanya Musselwhite, Kerry Bergen & Elzbieta Kaleta from Albuquerque are participating in the Community Seed Mural Project with their beautiful art!
You can now view our Seed Love Mural at the South Valley Economic Development Center!
318 Isleta Blvd, Albuquerque, NM 87105 Phone: 505.877.0373
Seed Love Mural On Display
Tanya Musselwhite Kerry Bergen Elzbieta Kaleta
The Community Seed Mural Project has been invited to several schools in New Mexico, as well as public events and institutions, where a variety of diverse communities join together to work on creating murals out of seeds. The goal is while creating awareness on environmental subjects and we will complete 10 murals - we are currently working on the 7th one - all of which will be displayed together as an art installation in partnership with the Education Department at the National Hispanic Cultural Center.
The Community Seed Mural Project is growing and the community loves it! Your donation will contribute to this mobile activity continue to happen and visit many more places, spreading community art and environmental awareness.
During our visits to classrooms, students and teachers work on the seed murals while volunteer experts from different fields lead discussions to raise awareness on several important related topics, including seed and bee preservation, organics, community nutrition, sustainability and their connection to a healthy environment.
Every story has a beginning, check out the latest Issue of SeedBroadcast's awesome Journal for a write up about how the Community Seed Mural Project got started.
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"Tehei Moari Ora""
(Piece cretated at the International Interpretation Conference in Wellington, New Zealand.)
Community Seed Art being created in New Zealand under the direction of Endion Schnichtel who participated last year creating one of the sections of our mural "Bee The Change".
It is Aotearoa (Moari for "the land of the long white cloud") themed with clouds, the southern cross and a Moari saying "Tehei Moari Ora" which means the breathe of life.