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University High School Mural Nears Completion, January 1938

University High School Mural Nears Completion, January 1938 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, January 31, 1938
Caption
SCHOOL MURAL VIRTUALLY COMPLETED: Students at University High school have been able to watch a mural in the making as Alfred Castagne, WPA artist, and his assistant, Henry Roberts, executed this one in the school library. It depicts various student activities.

Mural Painting at Fall Kickoff event at Parkridge Community Center, September 1993

Mural Painting at Fall Kickoff event at Parkridge Community Center, September 1993 image
Published In
Ypsilanti Press, September 27, 1993
Caption
Brittany Weatherspoon, 8, above right, joins in painting a giant mural Saturday at the Ypsilanti Recreation Department's Fabulous Fall Kickoff at the Parkridge Community Center. Participants had the opportunity to sign up for fall classes and take part in activities like watching a gymnastics demonstration an [sic] getting a look at a helicopter.

Urban Landscape Mural on Exterior of Building at Community High School, July 1977

Urban Landscape Mural on Exterior of Building at Community High School, July 1977 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, July 20, 1977
Caption
COMMUNITY LANDMARK — Two murals defining the purpose of Community High School hang on its rear wall. The murals, designed by former student Curt Shoultz, depict the school's outreach to the urban community (above) and to nature. The 6 foot by 8 foot murals, clearly visible from Fifth Avenue, are intended as a community landmark, according to Dean Connie Craft.

Mural on Exterior of Building at Community High School, July 1977

Mural on Exterior of Building at Community High School, July 1977 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, July 20, 1977
Caption
COMMUNITY LANDMARK — Two murals defining the purpose of Community High School hang on its rear wall. The murals, designed by former student Curt Shoultz, depict the school's outreach to the urban community (above) and to nature. The 6 foot by 8 foot murals, clearly visible from Fifth Avenue, are intended as a community landmark, according to Dean Connie Craft.

Artist Jason Polan, August 2004

Artist Jason Polan, August 2004 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, August 18, 2004
Caption
Polan drew pictures of his sisters clothes on Martinizing receipts and put them up at University of Michigan's Work gallery at 306 State St. He called the show "Clothed" - a play on words because the gallery was closed for two weeks. He held his opening on the sidewalk outside and people had to look at the work through the windows.

Jason Polan's preparations for ant mural

Jason Polan's preparations for ant mural image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, August 18, 2004
Caption
Polan used a sketch to create a dramatically larger version of the ants on the side of the Maynard Street parking structure. He previously used the lobby of another parking structure for another mural.