Have you heard?
There’s a new street mural in the West Seattle Junction, and DNDA had the honor of partnering on the project. The artist collective West Seattle Art for Social Justice, in their first community project, brought together nine gifted and intergenerational local artists of color to create a beautiful new Black Lives Matter mural in West Seattle’s California Ave. / Alaska St. Junction. Check out 107.7 The End Radio Station’s write-up of the July 26th event, and please follow WS Art for Social Justice for more on this and future community projects.
Excerpt from 107.7 The End excerpt:
“Our organization has art and giving amplification of artists at the heart of what we do. At the center of the West Seattle Black Lives Matter mural is the collective of nine amazing artists that brought the mural to life and was supported by our community. WS Art for Social Justice is the organization that supported their work, and is a team of educators and artists that are active in our community.”
– Founders of WS Art for Social Justice