To explore the relationship between street art and place, our team (and our students) create story maps that dynamically link interviews, images, maps and videos to create interactive narratives.
Anti Racist Street Art: What Moves the Masses
George Floyd's murder sparked a movement that inspired the Anti Racist Street Art movement: Documentation of art is paramount in shaping minds, discourse and education of the public.
Creative Placemaking in Twin St. Paul Neighborhoods
As part of an Undergraduate Research Opportunities Grant, Patronas examines the ways different ways that street art functions in the Creative Enterprise Zone and Frogtown neighborhoods in St. Paul, Minnesota.
Exploring Midway Murals: Braided by Greta Mclain
The Mural celebrates the role women play in creating community, while highlighting our immigrant roots and the deep connections between cultures in the Midway Neighborhood.
St. Paul Muralism at the Celtic Junction Arts Center
The Celtic Junction Arts Center is situated in the Midway neighborhood of St. Paul where the building houses local Celtic arts organizations to celebrate, promote, and preserve cultural arts in the community.
A Walk Along Mississippi River Blvd
A guide to navigate the intersection of street art and nature
Mapping Street Art Inspired by George Floyd
University of St. Thomas
During a crisis, street art transforms urban landscapes, reaches a wide audience, fuels dialogue and inspires lasting change.
The People’s Gallery in Derry, Northern Ireland
A collection of twelve murals by the Bogside Artists that tell the story and experiences of the Bogside neighborhood
Stories on Walls: #StopAsianHate in Street Art
Street art serves as a way to bring more awareness and attention to issues of anti-Asian hate and can act as an outlet to celebrate and recognize Asian heritage and culture at a time where it is vulnerable..