Mural Brings Sunshine to Graham Ave. & Cook Street.

Mural takes flight as the bird of paradise starts taking shape.
(l to r) Craig Anthony Miller, lead artist with A.J. Block, lead manager for the PS 257 Mural Project

In mid-October, Sacred Arts Research Foundation with partners the Graham Ave. Business Improvement District, P.S. 257, Golden Drum, A.U.M., M.A.I.S.C, and the Borinquen Plaza Community Center North Brooklyn YMCA united to create a collaborative mural. Craig Anthony Miller was the lead artist and 500 students of P.S. 257 were among those who helped lay down paint.  The mural includes a portrait of, Dora Cohen, who survived the Holocaust and was a staff member of P.S. 257 for 20 years. The mural has been completed and located on the south side of Cook Street off of Graham Avenue.

Author: Lori Ann Doyon

Managing editor, head writer, and lead photographer of Greenline | North Brooklyn News since October 2014. Resident of Williamsburg, Brooklyn since 1990.

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