Tired of bare walls at their facility in Santa Cruz, Daniel and friends decided to put some colors on the walls. We have brought you the story but not the Before and After pics. What an awesome transformation! Before : AFTER: An Awesome Display at Santa Cruz!
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Soooo… the challenge has been issued! San Antonio is the first facility to represent in the 1st Emanuel Project Art Contest with entries from Gabriel and Daveandre! Your chance to vote will open up September 29th when entries are posted! :-)
The First Emanuel Art Contest will be coming soon! This contest will be opened to all Emanuel Project facilities and to those facilities that have filled out an application but have not been served yet because of funds. Stay tuned… many of “America’s Forgotten Youth” are quite talented!
Here are the latest murals that students from the Bernalillo County Juvenile Facility in Albuquerque did with Emanuel. What a great job team!!!
We are proud to present some of the latest art work from youth at the Judge Enrique H. Pena Juvenile Justice Center in El Paso. The rock on the Easter display looks so real! How about some of the chalk art displayed? We will be looking forward to more projects from the youth in El Paso!
The mural unveiling at the Conchise County JDC in Sierra Vista, AZ went extremely well! Emanuel and the Emanuel Project staff had a great and enlightening time while visiting this JDC. Stay tuned for more mural unveilings and visits from Emanuel and the Emanuel Project staff to other detention centers!
The Cochise County Juvenile Detention Center (JDC) in Sierra Vista, AZ is participating in a nationwide arts program called the ‘Emanuel Project’. The motivational arts program offers a compelling mural project to provide youth in detention a unique hands-on opportunity to work with the nationally renowned painter, sculptor and muralist Emanuel Martinez, as he paints… Read more »
The Emanuel Project has been featured in Corrections Today! Click the link below to read all about it and make sure to share with your friends and family! Improving Self Esteem in Incarcerated Youth
Girls at the Juvenile Detention Center in El Paso, Texas created this fabulous wall art with materials donated by the Emanuel Project. This is a beautiful example of how art continues to be incorporated into the culture of the facility well after the Emanuel Project has taken place. Students at the Judge Enrique H. Pena Juvenile… Read more »
The Emanuel Project has made a huge impact on the kids of the Santa Cruz County Juvenile Hall, but one in particular, Daniel, has continued art projects in Santa Cruz. Daniel entered the facility as a 14 year old and is now an 18 year old high school graduate taking college courses and piano lessons… Read more »