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In July 2016, New York–based artist Alice Mizrachi worked with Mayor Byron W. Brown’s Summer Youth Program at the Buffalo Center for Arts and Technology to develop imagery for a new mural on the side of BCAT’s building. The students then completed the mural, with the assistance and guidance of Mizrachi.

This mural is part of the Public Art Public School Voices program, a collaborative educational program developed by the Albright-Knox and the Buffalo Center for Arts and Technology with support from the Community Foundation for Greater Buffalo.

Alice Mizrachi works with students at the Buffalo Center for Arts and Technology to develop imagery for Dream Keepers, 2016

Alice Mizrachi works with students at the Buffalo Center for Arts and Technology to develop imagery for Dream Keepers, 2016. Photograph by Tom Loonan.

Alice Mizrachi and students create Dream Keepers, 2016, at the Buffalo Center for Arts and Technology

Alice Mizrachi and students create Dream Keepers, 2016, at the Buffalo Center for Arts and Technology. Photograph by Tom Loonan.

Students help create Dream Keepers, 2016, at the Buffalo Center for Arts and Technology

Students help create Dream Keepers, 2016, at the Buffalo Center for Arts and Technology. Photograph by Tom Loonan.

A student helps create Dream Keepers, 2016, at the Buffalo Center for Arts and Technology

A student helps create Dream Keepers, 2016, at the Buffalo Center for Arts and Technology. Photograph by Tom Loonan.

Alice Mizrachi and students with Dream Keepers, 2016, at the Buffalo Center for Arts and Technology

Alice Mizrachi (center) and students with Dream Keepers, 2016, at the Buffalo Center for Arts and Technology. Photograph by Tom Loonan.

About Alice Mizrachi

Alice Mizrachi is an artist and educator whose work explores the connection between individuals and community. Through figurative work, she aims to inspire both individual expression and a sense of shared humanity. Her work often engages local communities and reflects positive visual responses to social issues affecting neighborhood residents. Her process activates a shared space of love, hope, optimism, and healing as a means to connect with participants. Visit Alice Mizrachi's Website

Initiative Sponsors

The Public Art Initiative is supported by the County of Erie and the City of Buffalo.

Project Sponsors

Public Art Public School Voices is made possible by the support of the Community Foundation for Greater Buffalo.

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