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Celebrating Differences On Canvas: Portrait Project Honors Legacy Of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

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The East End Arts and Humanities Council recently completed its second annual Martin Luther King Jr. Portrait Project, with students from 11 area schools working together to create mosaic portraits of Dr.  King. The portraits will be on display at the Riverhead indoor farmers market, and will be auctioned off this month. Proceeds from the auction will benefit the EEA scholarship fund.

The East End Arts and Humanities Council recently completed its second annual Martin Luther King Jr. Portrait Project, with students from 11 area schools working together to create mosaic portraits of Dr. King. The portraits will be on display at the Riverhead indoor farmers market, and will be auctioned off this month. Proceeds from the auction will benefit the EEA scholarship fund.

The East End Arts and Humanities Council recently completed its second annual Martin Luther King Jr. Portrait Project, with students from 11 area schools working together to create mosaic portraits of Dr.  King. The portraits will be on display at the Riverhead indoor farmers market, and will be auctioned off this month. Proceeds from the auction will benefit the EEA scholarship fund.

The East End Arts and Humanities Council recently completed its second annual Martin Luther King Jr. Portrait Project, with students from 11 area schools working together to create mosaic portraits of Dr. King. The portraits will be on display at the Riverhead indoor farmers market, and will be auctioned off this month. Proceeds from the auction will benefit the EEA scholarship fund.

The East End Arts and Humanities Council recently completed its second annual Martin Luther King Jr. Portrait Project, with students from 11 area schools working together to create mosaic portraits of Dr.  King. The portraits will be on display at the Riverhead indoor farmers market, and will be auctioned off this month. Proceeds from the auction will benefit the EEA scholarship fund.

The East End Arts and Humanities Council recently completed its second annual Martin Luther King Jr. Portrait Project, with students from 11 area schools working together to create mosaic portraits of Dr. King. The portraits will be on display at the Riverhead indoor farmers market, and will be auctioned off this month. Proceeds from the auction will benefit the EEA scholarship fund.

The East End Arts and Humanities Council recently completed its second annual Martin Luther King Jr. Portrait Project, with students from 11 area schools working together to create mosaic portraits of Dr.  King. The portraits will be on display at the Riverhead indoor farmers market, and will be auctioned off this month. Proceeds from the auction will benefit the EEA scholarship fund.

The East End Arts and Humanities Council recently completed its second annual Martin Luther King Jr. Portrait Project, with students from 11 area schools working together to create mosaic portraits of Dr. King. The portraits will be on display at the Riverhead indoor farmers market, and will be auctioned off this month. Proceeds from the auction will benefit the EEA scholarship fund.

The East End Arts and Humanities Council recently completed its second annual Martin Luther King Jr. Portrait Project, with students from 11 area schools working together to create mosaic portraits of Dr.  King. The portraits will be on display at the Riverhead indoor farmers market, and will be auctioned off this month. Proceeds from the auction will benefit the EEA scholarship fund.

The East End Arts and Humanities Council recently completed its second annual Martin Luther King Jr. Portrait Project, with students from 11 area schools working together to create mosaic portraits of Dr. King. The portraits will be on display at the Riverhead indoor farmers market, and will be auctioned off this month. Proceeds from the auction will benefit the EEA scholarship fund.

East Hampton students at work on their MLK portrait.

East Hampton students at work on their MLK portrait.

East Hampton students at work on their MLK portrait.

East Hampton students at work on their MLK portrait.

East Hampton students at work on their MLK portrait.

East Hampton students at work on their MLK portrait.

Southampton students at work on their MLK portrait.

Southampton students at work on their MLK portrait.

Southampton students with their finished MLK portrait.

Southampton students with their finished MLK portrait.

The Martin Luther King Jr. project created by Hampton Bays High School students.

The Martin Luther King Jr. project created by Hampton Bays High School students.

The Martin Luther King Jr. portrait created by Southampton High School students.

The Martin Luther King Jr. portrait created by Southampton High School students.

From left, Hampton Bays students Minal Naeem, Kevin Guzman, Eli Amos, Emily Barns, and Melina Rojas with their completed Martin Luther King Jr. portrait, which they worked on, with several other Hampton Bays students.

From left, Hampton Bays students Minal Naeem, Kevin Guzman, Eli Amos, Emily Barns, and Melina Rojas with their completed Martin Luther King Jr. portrait, which they worked on, with several other Hampton Bays students.

The Martin Luther King Jr. portrait created by Bridgehampton students.

The Martin Luther King Jr. portrait created by Bridgehampton students.

authorCailin Riley on Feb 2, 2022
When the students in Keegan Bishop’s after-school art club at Hampton Bays High School first started creating their individual contributions for a large, mosaic-like portrait of Martin Luther King Jr.,... more

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