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      PS 276 - Battery Park City SchoolOctober 2, 2012
      School
      • New York, United States

      Jean Chin's "Settings" is composed of plates donated by families and staff at the school. Learn more about this amazing collaboration here: Read more

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      PS 20October 2, 2012
      School
      • New York, United States

      Look at the beautiful mosaic murals on the hallways and play area of the school. Mac Adams's "World Patterns and Fables" includes animals and patterns from folktales and fabrics from around the world Read more

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      Civic CenterSeptember 28, 2012
      Government
      • New York, United States

      When you visit the Open Door Senior Center, try to find John Brekke's "Migration," a series of glass disks. The images are mostly fish and birds, both of which migrate around the world. Read more

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      P.S. 195September 28, 2012
      School
      • Manhattan Beach, United States

      Look at Rhoda Andors's beautiful "Econotes," a fresco which shows the wildlife that surround New York City. Read more

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      P.S. 178September 28, 2012
      School
      • New York, United States

      Look on the cafeteria walls to see Deborah Brown's beautiful images of local plants and animals. All of the plant and wildlife in "The Seasons" live in the nearby forests. Go outside to see them! Read more

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      PS 166 The Richard Rodgers School of Arts and TechnologySeptember 28, 2012
      School
      • New York, United States

      Don't you love Nobi Shioya's "Las Meninas"? The little bronze animals are scattered all throughout the school. This is art you can touch! Read more

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      PS 161Q Richmond HillSeptember 28, 2012
      Elementary School
      • New York, United States

      Take some time to enjoy Lane Twitchell's "Here is New York," the series of 8ft images that show the history of New York, with a special focus on Queens. Be sure to start from the beginning! Read more

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      PS 130September 28, 2012
      School
      • New York, United States

      When you're walking up and down the stairs, have you noticed Arlene Slavin's "Hopscotch and Running Wild"? It's full of animals, stars, flowers, and shells. Take a close look! Read more

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      P.S. 499September 28, 2012
      School
      • Flushing, United States

      Have you ever noticed the drawings on the three-story glass wall at school? Martha Madigan's "Oak Seasons" shows oak trees in all four seasons of the year. Look closely for all the detailed work. Read more

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      IS 266September 28, 2012
      School
      • Bellerose, United States

      Look up when you're outside the school to see Meg Belichick's "All the Colors," a hanging structure inspired by a student poem. Read more

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      PS 217September 28, 2012
      School
      • New York, United States

      Take a moment to sit inside Douglas Hollis's gazebo, "Weather Pavilion." When there's a breeze, instruments that are part of the structure will make music! Read more

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      PS/IS 208September 28, 2012
      School
      • Bellerose, United States

      Have you noticed Philemona Williamson's colorful "Mosaic Folktales"? The images come from folktales and stories from cultures around the world. See if any look familiar! Read more

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      P.S. 59 Beekman Hill InternationalSeptember 28, 2012
      School
      • New York, United States

      You can see art by Anton Van Dalen wherever you go - in the library, cafeteria, and hallway are the friezes "Garden Wall," "Garden Path," and "The Flying Book." Look for new art by Lucy Fradkin too. Read more

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      PS 263September 28, 2012
      School
      • New York, United States

      Wennie Huang's mural, "Trace," shows the outline of a tulip tree that stood in Inwood Hill Park - Manhattan's last primordial forest. The tree was here when the Dutch arrived in 1626 & died in 1934.

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      PS/IS 665KSeptember 28, 2012
      School
      • Brooklyn, United States

      Look up to see David Opdyke's 455 paper planes. The way they're hung spells out words - you have to move around to "Figure It Out." Read more

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      PS 971KSeptember 28, 2012
      School
      • Brooklyn, United States

      Tattfoo Tan's 10ft tall mural, "S.O.S. Pledge," is a reminder to "go green." Next time you walk by, stop to read the text for its inspiring message. Read more

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      P.S. 82Q HammondSeptember 28, 2012
      Elementary School
      • Jamaica, United States

      Have you looked at the huge murals, "Reach for a Star," by the cafeteria and on the upper floors of the school? Michael Kelly Williams, based the design of the stars on drawings by students. Read more

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      Public School 69QSeptember 28, 2012
      School
      • Elmhurst, United States

      Look up on the side of the wall to see Steve Wood's "East of the Sun, West of the Moon," which shows the cycles of the sun and moon and their effect on NYC landmarks. Read more

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      Public School 69QSeptember 28, 2012
      School
      • Elmhurst, United States

      Mo Bahc's colorful mural, "Junction," has images from traditional art from countries around the world. Look for the zodiac signs on the top and bottom of the artwork. Read more

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      PS/IS 66KSeptember 28, 2012
      School
      • Brooklyn, United States

      Have you looked closely at Lee Brozgold's beautiful stained glass window, "Beacon"? You might recognize Canarsie neighborhoods, and local plants and animals. Read more

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