MARILYN LINDSTROM - Community and School Mural Projects
LANGUAGE OF HOPE SKYLINE MARCY SCHOOL EDEN PRAIRIE
FACES OF FUTURE CLOQUET, MN COLORS OF LIFE SEBEKA, MN
MINNETONKA HIGH BLAKE MIDDLE CROSSROADS UGANDA, AFRICA
PEACE ACADEMY WE CLAIM NICARAGUA FOUR DIRECTIONS
STILLWATER, MN      
SKYLINE TOWER MURAL PROJECT: "Welcome," 2004, interior mural, acrylic on wall, 6' by 22' mural designed and painted with residents of Skyline Tower. Sponsored by Common Bond Community, Intermedia Arts and SASE, the Write Place. Artist residency in collaboration with writer/documentor Usry Alleyne. Skyline photos taken by Usry Alleyne.
 
EDEN PRAIRIE: "Integrity," 2002, five panels 12' by 32' acrylic on wood. Marilyn Lindstrom with Associate Mali Kouanchao and over 100 intergenerational community participants, sponsored by: FRESCO Community Outreach Program, Eden Prairie School District. Site: Eden Prairie High School.
 
KAMPALA, UGANDA, AFRICA: "I am Part of My Environment, I Learn and Care," 2000, 4' by 22' mural, acrylic on plaster, indoor, Ugandan Social Training Center, Participants: Development organizers from Kenya and Uganda. As part of Adult Education Conference on the Environment. Sponsored by: North American Alliance for Popular and Adult Education (NAAPAE)
 
SEBEKA, MN: "SEBEKA CENTENNIAL MURAL: A HISTORICAL VISION," 1998-2001, 14'x80', latex on block, outdoor, over 100 intergenerational participants, sponsored by: Five Wings Art Council, MN State Arts Board - Artist in Education Program, Sebeka Arts Council.
 
MINNEAPOLIS, MN: "FACES OF THE FUTURE REFLECT OUR PAST," 1995, outdoor mural, 14' by 50', acrylic on brick with 14 youth, mentor artists: Mali Kouanchao and Carlos Menchaca. Commissioned by: Early Childhood Resource Center, a Neighborhood Safe Art Project.
 
 
MINNEAPOLIS, MN: "WE CLAIM OUR LIVES" 1994 outdoor mural, 15' by 110', acrylic latex on stucco, with teenagers, commissioned by: People of Phillips, Franklin Avenue and 11th, a Neigborhood Safe Art Project.
 
MINNEAPOLIS, MN: "WE COME FROM THE FOUR DIRECTIONS," 1992, 1991, public art park - wood arches, mural, garden, six guess artists, 30 youth, Lake Street at 12th Avenue. CUE award winner.
 
DULUTH, MN: "Colors of Life," 1995, outdoor mural, 3' to 12' by 30' acrylic on stucco, with community participants and intern Constanza Carballo, commissioned by Harborview Resident Council and COMPAS, Harborview Housing Project - 11th and Lake Avenue.
 
MINNEAPOLIS, MN: "CROSSROADS," 1997, acrylic on conquete block, outdoor mural, 12' by 112', with 16 teenagers and guest artist Carole Byard, sponsored by: Lyndale Neighborhood Association, the Cultural Center of Minnesota, 3013 Lyndale Avenue South.
   
 
MINNEAPOLIS, MN: "LANGUAGE OF HOPE," 1999, outdoor mural, 13' by 32' acrylic on conquete block with 20 youth and guest artists Robert DesJarlait, Francis Yellow, sponsored by: Fresco Community Outreach and MIGIZI Communications, 31sth Avenue and East Lake Street.
 
MANAGUA, NICARAGUA: "The Children Are the Garden," 1983, outdoor mural, 13' by 50', acrylic on stucco, with community in collaboration with San Francisco Artist, Miranda Bergman on the Bibleoteca Infantil (Children's Library), Alfonso Valasquez Park.
 
MINNETONKA, MN: "World Corridor," 1996, indoor mural, three 6' by 12', acrylic on wood panels, with students, a Minnesota State Arts Board residency, Minnetonka High School.
 
CLOQUET, MN: "TURTLE ISLAND," 1997, indoor mural, 8' by 24', acrylic on wood, with students, guest artists Robert DesJarlait.
 
STILLWATER, MN: "Peace," seven panel mural, 6' by 6' each, acrylic on wood, with students, Rutherford Elementary School.
 
MINNEAPOLIS, MN: "The Hands of Tenderness," 1995, indoor mural, 6' by 22' acrylic on canvas panels, with 6 grade students and cultural advisor Akiko Tsutsui, a Minnesota State Arts Board residency, Marcy Elementary Open School.
 
HOPKINS, MN: indoor mural, acrylic on wood panels, 6' by 24', with high school students, sponsored by: McGuire Visiting Artist, Blake High School.
 
ST. PAUL, MN: "Fullness of Life For All," 2001, indoor mural, 13' round ceiling with two 7' by 10' wall panels, acrylic on plaster with 8th grade students, sponsored by: Fresco Community Outreach and the Community of Peace Academy. Site: school library.

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