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Art Residencies

Welcome

As an artist in residence, Gayle introduces the students to a brief history of murals and her own mural story. She awakens imaginations and spills secrets on inspirations. Students learn creativity and community, working together, can change the world of stark walls to a burst of color.  

Her goal; inspire and empower.

Reviews:

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Cape St. Claire Elementary

92 Handmade Thank You notes from Corkran Middle School

92 Handmade Thank You notes from Corkran Middle School

"What a remarkable time for all our students working as a team on this exciting project. We came together as one and created work we are all proud of and will cherish for many years to come." Principal Mrs. Janet Lancaster

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92 Handmade Thank You notes from Corkran Middle School

92 Handmade Thank You notes from Corkran Middle School

92 Handmade Thank You notes from Corkran Middle School

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Benfield Elementary School

92 Handmade Thank You notes from Corkran Middle School

Benfield Elementary School

"This experience has been so rewarding and memorable for our students!"   

 Art teacher Mrs. Tracy Edwards

CSCE Mural Video

Enjoy their school's mural video clip


Art Residency 2017  

240 + square feet

600 students -  Kindergarten to 5th grade All painted during our 3 month adventure

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Corkran Middle School

Collaborative Cafeteria Mural

"Living as One" collaborative mural created at Corkran Middle School with Ms. Drummond’s 6th gr. art students. 16’x5’ cafeteria mural is displayed in a place of sharing and community.

“Imagine the World Living as One” embodies the school system motto, 'We Are Better Together' Mrs. Schwer, Corkran literacy coach: “When art meets people where they are, magical things can happen! Even better: art has the power to heal people... It is my hope ... that our students will “see” themselves in this mural, feel a sense of belonging, and know they make a difference at Corkran Middle School.” 

Special thank you to The Arts Council of Anne Arundel County and Corkran's Student Council  "Living as One" 16' x 5' - Acrylic on Celtec PVC panels © Gayle Mangan Kassal