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Sharon Koskoff has painted over 350 murals in Palm Beach County Public Schools. Sharon's mural passion will teach about historical 20th Century WPA Post Office artists. Learn from the past up to the recent graffiti styled "street art" murals including the Body Graphix Murals painted in Belle Glade. Author Sharon Koskoff is a public mural artist, designer, educator, community organizer, and preservationist. The Cultural Council awarded Koskoff with the Ellen
An examination of the perceptions of women in popular culture through comic books and how this culture has changed over time. Magdalena Lamarre is a professor at Miami Dade College and the co-creator of the film Forging New Lives After Hurricane Maria: Puerto Rican Student Voices. This event is funded by Florida Humanities' Florida Talks program in partnership with the Bay Arts Alliance.