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The BE Art Project, previously known as the Graffiti Art Project, began in 2011 with 13 students.

Inspired by my love for the arts and my ten years of volunteer work with P.S. ARTS, I wanted to give public high schools students a graffiti / street art competition.

Over the years, the project expanded to include over 80 students from high schools in Los Angeles County.

- Sharon Poole Blair

BE Art Project Background

The BE Art Project, previously known as the Graffiti Art Project, began in 2011 with 13 students.

Inspired by my love for the arts and my ten years of volunteer work with P.S. ARTS, I wanted to give public high schools students a graffiti / street art competition.

Over the years, the project expanded to include over 80 students from high schools in Los Angeles County.

 - Sharon Poole Blair

BE Art Project Background

BE Art Project under the helm of Beautify Earth encourages students and their teachers to participate in this unique project, with a view to have the winning art realized as a mural on a community wall.

As the project evolved we decided to unite with Beautify Earth, a nonprofit, who are putting an end to blighted walls and fixtures by empowering artists, encouraging social responsibility, and instilling community pride in impoverished or neglected communities / streets.

Beautify Earth also provides education programs designed to inspire and provide a framework for undiscovered talent to flourish. Within the BE network our entrants now have a special opportunity to see their neighborhoods enriched by their creativity.

As you scroll through our gallery the imagination, inspiration, and talent of these young artists is spectacular.

BE Art Project under the helm of Beautify Earth encourages students and their teachers to participate in this unique project, with a view to have the winning art realized as a mural on a community wall.

As the project evolved we decided to unite with Beautify Earth, a nonprofit, who are putting an end to blighted walls and fixtures by empowering artists, encouraging social responsibility, and instilling community pride in impoverished or neglected communities / streets.

Beautify Earth also provides education programs designed to inspire and provide a framework for undiscovered talent to flourish. Within the BE network our entrants now have a special opportunity to see their neighborhoods enriched by their creativity.

As you scroll through our gallery the imagination, inspiration, and talent of these young artists is spectacular.

The BE Art Project, previously known as the Graffiti Art Project, began in 2011 with 13 students.

Inspired by my love for the arts and my ten years of volunteer work with P.S. ARTS, I wanted to give public high schools students a graffiti/street art competition.

Over the years, the project expanded to include over 80 students from high schools in Los Angeles County.

 - Sharon Poole Blair

BE Art Project Background

BE Art Project under the helm of Beautify Earth encourages students and their teachers to participate in this unique project, with a view to have the winning art realized as a mural on a community wall.

As the project evolved we decided to unite with Beautify Earth, a nonprofit, who are putting an end to blighted walls and fixtures by empowering artists, encouraging social responsibility, and instilling community pride in impoverished or neglected communities / streets.

Beautify Earth also provides education programs designed to inspire and provide a framework for undiscovered talent to flourish. Within the BE network our entrants now have a special opportunity to see their neighborhoods enriched by their creativity.

As you scroll through our gallery the imagination, inspiration, and talent of these young artists is spectacular.

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