A few of the dozens of public installations done in conjunction with Project S.N.A.P.
Kids Helping Kids
Children’s Hospital of Michigan Stilson Center
Project S.N.A.P. and Children’s Hospital of Michigan partnered to create a 4’x 6′ mosaic mural entitled “Kids Helping Kids”. Over 2,000 students of all abilities and backgrounds from the Macomb Intermediate School District participated in the project which was designed to help give members of the community a chance to connect personally with the new Children’s Hospital Stilson Center.
MLK Historic District
Created by over 1,000 students, teachers, principals, families, and community leaders from across North Lawndale, IL, this mosaic mural was a special opportunity for members of the community to come together and celebrate the launch of the new MLK Historic District.
Hawai’i 50th Anniversary of Statehood
Honolulu International Airport
The Hawai’i 50th Anniversary of Statehood Mosaic Mural was unveiled in August of 2009. The mosaic mural is 8′ X 20′ and contains over 8,000 artworks created by K-12 students from Hawai’i and across the country. Click the link below to see some of the media coverage.
Color for a Cure – “Together”
In 2013, JDRF Illinois, Ford Motor Company Fund, and Project S.N.A.P. partnered to create a mosaic mural made out of the drawings of JDRF Illinois children and families and members of the JDRF Illinois community.
Operation Grateful Nation 2014
Operation Grateful Nation is a national program that is part of a partnership between Ford Motor Company Fund and Project S.N.A.P. designed to give participants the opportunity to thank members of the military for their service and commitment.
Operation Proud Nation
The theme of the mosaic mural image entitled “Coming Home” draws on the importance of supporting members of the military, acknowledging the selfless choices veterans, members of the military and their families make every day.
Operation Grateful Nation 2012
This program culminated in the creation of a giant 5’x9′ mosaic mural inspired by “America the Beautiful” and was put on display at the Pentagon from 2013-2014. The mosaic mural was created from nearly 6,000 artworks contributed by high school students and military families.
Amphibians: Life on a Limb
The New Mexico BioPark Society, Project S.N.A.P. and project sponsor After Hours Pediatrics partnered to create a giant mosaic mural designed to educate the public about amphibian life around the world and the importance of conserving the one third of the 6,285 species of amphibians worldwide that are nearing extinction.
Wayne-Westland Community Schools
This special project educated students about resource conservation and the importance of caring for our planet. Students were given the opportunity to become resource conservation leaders by sharing their own ideas on how to save energy at school and at home through the creation of individual artworks and artist’s statements.
Color a World Without Type One – “Dream”
In two separate initiatives, Project S.N.A.P. and the Ford Motor Company Fund partnered with JDRF Illinois and JDRF of Southeastern Michigan to engage thousands of children and families in local communities and schools, sharing their hope for a world free from type 1 diabetes.
Common Ground: From Crisis to Hope
Common Ground marked 40 years of service to the community in 2011. The project provided everyone in the community with the opportunity to create artwork that expresses “What Common Ground means to them.”