Almost finished with the Culture mural
Almost finished with the Culture mural
I set up the video camera on a tripod every class to capture the transformations.  Anyone passing loves to watch.
I set up the video camera on a tripod every class to capture the transformations.  Anyone passing loves to watch.
I had tea and egg sandwich at the teashop “Bobby’s.”  Today Bobby who is usually cooking many many eggs and
view from the market
Market mural … almost finished and looking beautiful
“Show me your dirty hands!”  Isaac Wisner, age 14, grade 7, Fatima High School in front of the marketing mural
Sardine Sandwiches & Juice - the snack my assistants and I make for the students.  Adophus  Z. Weah (l) and  Roland 
Drawing a butterfly on the culture mural, Janet Gray, age 11, 1st grade, R.D. Kuman Elementary School
An overgrown monument depicting slave settler and indigenous conflict.
Starting to paint on the marketing mural
The foods the students want in the market which will be depicted on the marketing mural.  Most families here eat
Waiting for the rain to stop at the Culture mural site on the Cinema in downtown HarperAlphonso Weah age 11
Anther photo taken by students creating the Culture mural.  This one will be the central figure in the mural:  a
Students from the Culture mural group found some girls to photograph doing a traditional dance.  We are using these photographs
Starting to draw on the “Energizing Harper” mural wall
Otis Toe, and Lilly Barti drawing on the market mural
Kadia Tou Bah, Fatima High School Student, Drawing on the market mural from a photo
Day 2 at the Market building after priming the surface the students started drawing the design.  The design was created
Archie Doe, Cape Palmas High School Student, demonstrating his knowledge of how to draw a human head
Janet Gray, R.D. Kuman Elementary school student, demonstrating her knowledge of how to draw a human head
Alphonso Weah, R.D. Kuman Elementary School Student demonstrating his knowledge of how to draw the human figure.  (He had to
First day with the students at the site for the “Energizing Harper” mural
Students working to design the Market mural