Teaching Artist Marissa Molina and Projectivity Director Christian Penn installed this 100ft design with input from PS60 staff and students. It themed around the school motto “Imagine, Believe, Achieve”
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wiay9Y4GGjo Projectivity teamed up with the legendary Will Power to create this 100 ft long tribute to one of the greatest hip-hop groups of all time, Wu-Tang Clan. Using his signature “gritty-city” style, Will included song lyrics, aliases, and graffiti throw-ups as the background to the portraits of each artist. Artwork by Will Power Video […]
Lead Artist Josue Mendez of JM Custom Art Studio worked with 25 4th and 5th graders at PS 60 in Staten Island during the Spring of 2022 to design this courtyard mural. Students helped design and paint Staten Island and NY icons.
Teaching Artist Jodi Dareal designed murals for 14 doors at PS 60 in Staten Island. The murals are based on motivational quotes and figures.
From 2013-2018, Projectivity collaborated with Stereotype Co. to produce a yearly music and arts festival. The event showcased hundreds of artists, musicians, DJs, performers, and creators. The goal was to bring the Staten Island art scene together, creating a space for artists made by artists. Below are video recaps from each year. 2013 2014 2015 […]
Projectivity honors local creators, businesses, and mentors at the Pro-Action Awards Gala. After a year of successful music and arts programs, Projectivity acknowledges the people that create the most impact – within Projectivity programs and in their personal careers. Award categories are listed below. PRO-STUDENT – Awarded to Projectivity youth program participants that goes above […]
“Project Your Sound” is an open cypher for emcees and singers. Free for everyone of all ages, the event is hosted at different spaces. No ignorant negaitve lyrics, no hate, just the hip-hop community supporting and pushing eachother to spit BARS. DJs spin classic instrumentals and along with original beats from local producers non-stop while […]
Projectivity received funding from NeON Arts this Summer 2022 and we partnered with Central Family Life Center in Stapleton to complete a community mural.
Designed and executed by Josue Mendez of JM Custom Art Studio along with participants and volunteers from the center.
In late 2022, Projectivity partnered with Thrive Collective and community organizations in the Lower East Side to paint a stretch of wall belonging to an abandoned school building on East 10th Street. The mural project was in homage to CHARAS, an iconic community organization that had moved into the abandoned building in 1979. There, they […]