For over 30 years Mr. Schwartz has worked with organizations nationwide on community arts and engagement projects. His work takes the theories of Community Cultural Development and Community Arts Integration and puts them into practice.
4R Coalition, Alliance for Cultural Democracy, Americorp, Arizona International College, Arizona State Museum, Arts Genesis, Attention Transit Advertising, Barrio Cento Association, Bok High School, Philadelphia, Boys and Girls Club of Tucson Broadside Magazine, Butterfield ES, Tucson, DCCA, Contemporary Connections Program, DE, Dietz Elementary School, Tucson, Drexel Elementary School, Central Arts Collective, Center for Biological Diversity, Chew Recreation Center, City of Mt. Holly, NJ, City of Newark, DE, City of Philadelphia Mural Arts Program, City of Tucson, AZ, City of Tucson Environmental Services, Cultural Democracy Magazine, Delaware Alternative Press, Dunbar Spring Neighborhood Association, Eagles Youth Partnership, FORCAST Public Art, Fourth Avenue Merchants Association, Girlscouts of Southern AZ, Goodwill Inc, Heart of the Beast Puppet Theater, Hillel, International Council on Adult Education, Julia Keen Neighborhood Association, Kennedy Center’s Imagination Celebration, KIDCO, Kirkbride Elementary School, KXCI Radio 91.3 FM, LAVA Space, Lighthouse Youth Center, Mariposa Co-Op, McDonalds Corporation, Meredeth ES, Miles ES, Miracle Manor Neighborhood Association, Native Seed Search, Nevada Arts Council, Newark Arts Alliance, North American Alliance for Popular and Adult Education, NorthWest Neighborhood Association, Old Pasqua Neighborhood Center, Opening Minds Through the Arts, Oro Valley Arts Council, Pantano Christian Church, Philadelphia Freedom School, Prescott College, Pro-Neighborhoods, Pueblo Gardens ES, Puffin Foundation, Richey ES, Roskruge Bilingual Magnet, Samuel S. Fleisher Art Memorial, Save the Scenic Santa Ritas Coalition, Season for Nonviolence, Southeast Asian Mutual Assistance Association Coalition, Southern Poverty Law Center, Spring Garden ES, Student Environmental Action Coalition, Suntran, Teaching Artist Journal Alt/SPACE, The American Indian Association, The Rotunda, The Tucson Indian Center, Third Street Kids, Tucson Arts Brigade, Tucson Arts District Partnership, Tucson Children's' Museum, Tucson Electric Power Co., Tucson Jewish Community Center, Tucson Jubilee 2000 Committee, Tucson Museum of Art School, Tucson Pima Arts Council, Tucson Southside MS, Tucson Symphony Orchestra, University of Arizona, Urban League HS, USDAC, Volunteer Center of Southern Arizona, YWCA, Wakefield Middle School, West Philadelphia High School, William Right ES, Women’s International League for Peace and Justice
Muralist Michael B Schwartz shares the joy of creative place-making with neighborhoods throughout the United States for over three decades. A graduate of the Tyler School of Art with a MFA from the University of Arizona School of Art, he worked with City of Philadelphia Mural Arts Program, Philadelphia Museum Art, Fleisher Art Memorial, International Council of Adult Education, Tucson Museum of Art and directed the City of Tucson Mural Arts Program and Tucson Arts Brigade. In May 2009 he joined community-arts leaders at the White House for a historic dialogue about the role of arts in national recovery. His many awards include the Puffin Foundation and Art Matters Fellowships.
Sign Up For My Monthly Newsletter
More About the work of Michael B Schwartz
Studio Visits by appointment.
Please contact me to schedule a visit.
Mailing address: P.O. Box 545 Tucson, AZ 85702
Telephone: (520) 791-9359