Marywood School of Architecture

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Student Murals on Campus

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Graphic Design majors Emmanuel Adjei '18 and C. Jakob Santos created a mural to celebrate the Entrepreneur Launch Pad on the third floor of the Learning Commons during the fall of 2016. The mural represents the positive effects of collaboration and creativity. 

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In May 2019, Matt Catanzaro '20 and Nick Arcarese '22 painted the University motto “Sanctitas, Scientia, Sanitas,” Latin for “Holiness, Knowledge, Health,” on the L-shaped masonry wall behind the Insalaco Center for Studio Arts. 



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Matt Catanzaro '20 painted the university mascot, the Marywood Pacer, against the university name in gold letters in May 2019. The fence mural, about 10 feet tall and 20 feet long, is located behind the Learning Commons. 

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The Art Therapy Mandala is a giant wooden puzzle that's made from the collected pieces of over two hundred participants from an Art Therapy Symposium. Encircled on the mandala are the inspired words of Sr. Corita Kent, IHM: "To create means to relate, the root meaning of the word ‘art’ is to fit together, and we all do this every day.” 

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