Mi Voz Es Poder  - Mi Voice is Power - 2009  19’ x 14’  El Progreso, Yoro, Honduras, C.A.  I organized 15 George Washington University students along with students from The Organization for Youth Empowerment (OYE) to create a mural titled, “Mi Voz es Poder”, or “My Voice is Power”.  It is on the wall of the office where youth radio, magazine, art, and sports programs hold their weekly meetings.  The background is of “El Centro” and the young man in front is an OYE scholarship student calling for change.
   Somos la Esperanza -  2010  45’ x 22’  El Progreso, Yoro, Honduras, C.A.  “Somos La Esperanza de Nuestro Pais” was painted on La Escuela de Juan Ramon. Its message, “We are the Hope of Our People,” was created through my work with students and teachers to create a message that encouraged education and activism in a community plagued by political unrest, violence, and poverty.  It was painted with the help of six volunteers from various North American universities, and the students of La Juan Ramon over a three-day period.
   JÓVENES – Youth Magazine-  2008-2009  8.5” x 11”              El Progreso, Yoro, Honduras, C.A.  Working with Organization for Youth Empowerment’s young writers and communication projects, I coordinated “Jóvenes” youth magazine from fall of 2008 to summer of 2009. Teaching design, investigation, and production while coordinating native speakers to improve writing style and edit. During that time the group produced monthly magazine 8 consecutive months.  The group continues to produce a magazine and research stories in their community.
   OYE El Ritmo – Youth Radio Soundbooth -  2010  Plywood, Egg carton, Mattress, Plexiglass, Latex Paint  8’ x 4’ X 8’  El Progreso, Yoro, Honduras, C.A.  The sound booth is a simple sound-blocking studio for the youth radio program at OYE. I organized volunteers from George Washington University to help construct and paint the project.
   Graffiti Workshop  - 2010  El Progreso, Yoro, Honduras, C.A.  Working with La Fragua and Radio Progreso, I taught basic stencil techniques and layer along with Paco, a graffiti artist from Mexico, who taught the history of Latin American street art and spray techniques.   Here is  the Video.
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