Saturday, May 21, 2016

Young People in Southeast Queens Use Art to Beautify the Community.

Artist, Mural Creator and Art Instructor Jocelyn Morgan-Goode
Children in Southeast Queens, are learning to paint while beautifying their neighborhood. They are drawing beautiful murals to make the community look more attractive.  Southeast Jamaica, Queens, has long been known for striking murals.

Children affiliated with Culture Cocoa Art House, learn to paint murals that represent real people or even cartoonish type characters.  They presently are drawing over the walls in the Cornerstone Community Center building, to make the community look artsy.  According to Queens NY-1 News "The program was started by Jocelyn Morgan-Goode, an artist known for painting hip hop murals throughout South Jamaica."

We love their efforts to learn and also beautify the community. These children are learning a new creative skill and also helping increase the quality of life in Jamaica and Southeast Queens.  For information on this mural beautification program click here

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