HugosArt.com
The State Press Interview
 Transforming an empty lot into a park, GoodThings
Grow has created a public space that will serve a
deserving community ...
To be Continued….
Murals by Hugo Medina
Murals by Hugo Medina
Murals by Hugo Medina
Murals by Hugo Medina
Murals by Hugo Medina
Murals by Hugo Medina
Murals by Hugo Medina
Murals by Hugo Medina
Murals by Hugo Medina
Murals by Hugo Medina
Murals by Hugo Medina
Murals by Hugo Medina
Murals by Hugo Medina
Murals by Hugo Medina
Murals by Hugo Medina
Murals by Hugo Medina
Murals by Hugo Medina
Murals by Hugo Medina
Murals by Hugo Medina
Murals by Hugo Medina
Murals by Hugo Medina
Murals by Hugo Medina
Murals by Hugo Medina
Murals by Hugo Medina
Murals by Hugo Medina
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an updated power point of some f the murals I have done

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Murals by Hugo Medina

  1. 1. HugosArt.com
  2. 2. The State Press Interview
  3. 3.  Transforming an empty lot into a park, GoodThings Grow has created a public space that will serve a deserving community for generations to come. But this is only the start! Thanks to all of our generous donors, we’ve planted an orchard at the RooseveltWellness Center that will teach students aboutArizona’s green history, teach families about the need for nutrition, and teach a community about their right to a positive quality of life. Now comes the fun part. We need you to donate (https://goodthingsgrow- neighborhoodleaders.nationbuilder.com/donate) to our effort to plant fruit trees and an edible garden at each of our eighteen Roosevelt elementary campuses so that students can get their hands dirty while learning about STEM, sustainability, and nutrition. From irrigation lines to fruit trees to public art, these orchards are not free. With your help, we can stop just talking about improving education and the environment for our children and begin to actually build community spaces that make change visible. Donate now: https://goodthingsgrow- neighborhoodleaders.nationbuilder.com/donate.
  4. 4. To be Continued….

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