Community Garden Mural Project
For the Community Garden series, community members are invited to contribute small drawings of flowers that are later integrated into giant public murals. Each individual flower is digitally documented, enlarged, and added to the communal floral murals, which pop-up in surprise locations.
CCAC is proud to have hosted Uncle Riley and the community to co-create the largest Community Garden to date!
This project is one of many ongoing social art projects that Uncle Riley grows in collaboration with communities using International Optimism Yellow (‘INTO yellow)— a color he created with Pantone Color Institute, and UMEWE.org to generate more Optimism in the world and to shine a light on mental health awareness.
O+ Mural on Pecora Building
The O+ Mural on The Arc Mid-Hudson’s Pecora Building, on Ten Broeck Ave between Cornell St. and O‘Neil St., next time you’re in the area!The mural, created by O+ mural artists Gaia and Lindsey Wolkowicz, adds a spectacular splash of color to the building in Midtown Kingston. Stop by and see it on
I.D.E.A. Gallery - Identity, Diversity & Equity in America
Hudson Valley LGBTQ+ Center
Colors of the Spectrum Creative Art Lab
Cornell Creative Arts Center has teamed up with The Hudson Valley LGBTQ+ Community Center and Arts Mid-Hudson to offer workshops for teens on the LGBTQ+ spectrum and allies, and offered a welcoming and safe environment to collaborate and create expressive works of art.
Hudson Valley Seed
Agriculture in the Hudson Valley Gallery Show
Teaming up with Hudson Valley Seed Co., the Agriculture in the Hudson Valley gallery show highlights the beauty and importance of agriculture across the Hudson Valley! This exhibit will spread awareness to the importance of local farms and put a spotlight on the role agriculture plays in our day to day lives.