What: CITYarts has produce and create its 315th public mural in a historic community park that celebrated the local history with a focus on Alexander Hamilton. This project was created in collaboration with local youth, professional artists, volunteers and residents in the community. We hope to celebrate the unique community identity of Harlem where Hamilton lived.

Where: Alexander Hamilton Playground, Hamilton Place, W 140th Street to 141st Street, Hamilton Heights in Harlem.

Wall size: 80ft H X 25ft W

Who: Lead Artist: Hugo Bastidas ,Junior Youth Spiritual Empowerment Program, Hamilton Grange Middle School, New Design Middle School, Columbia Secondary School, The Urban Assembly for the Performing Arts

Current Supporters include: Council Member Mark Levine, NYC Parks & Rec, 180 Degrees Columbia University students

Why: CITYarts strives to: Engage neighbor youth to become actively involved in transforming their community. Revitalize the neighborhood space to make it more welcoming and enjoyable for the community. Bring together youth and families to collaborate on a project that will improve a significant communal space and their quality of life. Empower youth to take leadership roles in acting as a positive force in their community while learning practical skills.

When: Mid-May to October 2017