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Environmental Murals

Part of the Art Miles Mural Project, the Environmental Mural Mile is one of twelve mural miles being created for the UNESCO Decade of the Culture of Peace. Over 100 countries have participated in this project that depicts every imaginable environmental topic possible. Environmental murals have been completed in remote villages in Nepal and from cities as large as New York and Chicago. Many of the murals have been used to focus on specific environmental concerns and have been very effective in attracting media and arousing public attention.

The following local schools and arts organizations in cities hosting EPA’s National Community Involvement Training Conference have presented environmental murals. See selected photos below.

  • 2004—Grant Ranch School, Downtown Aurora Visual Arts, and Center for Advanced Creative Thought and Study, Denver, CO
  • 2005—West Seneca East Middle School, Buffalo, NY
  • 2006—Lloyd Street Global Education Center, Milwaukee, WI
  • 2007—La Villa School of the Arts, Jacksonville, FL

Denver's Grant Ranch School students and their mural

2004 Conference, Denver Colorado. Denver's Grant Ranch School students and their mural.
This mural is a part of the permanent collection of the Art Miles Project.

2004 Conference mural that was designed by conference attendees in Denver

2004 Conference mural that was designed by conference attendees in Denver. Mural displayed in the Region 8 office.

Mural by the Lloyd Street Global Education Center

2006 Conference, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Mural by the Lloyd Street Global Education Center. Mural displayed at the Milwaukee's Urban Ecology Center.

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