Ben’s Bells Project has installed a series of kindness-themed mosaic murals in Tucson, Phoenix, Connecticut, and the surrounding areas. These brightly colored public art pieces symbolize community connection and support through kindness, and are created by a diverse group of students, local artists, and community members wherever they are located.
In December of 2009, the Ben’s Bells Project, TUSD’s Community Transition Programs, and the Marshall Foundation brought world-renowned and award-winning mosaic artist Isaiah Zagar from Philadelphia to Tucson. He taught the “Zagar Method” and worked alongside students and community members to install mosaic art onto two public walls within Main Gate Square. The Zagar workshop resulted in the completion of the first large-scale Kindness Corridor Mosaic Art Mural.
Since then, Ben’s Bells Project has been involved in creating dozens more community murals, and we regularly install our beloved “Be Kind” flower and “Kindness Tree” at schools and community organizations in Arizona, Connecticut, and the surrounding areas.
“Be Kind” Flower
10 feet by 10 feet
8 feet by 7 feet
You are welcome to fundraise to pay for your mural, however, please be aware that Ben’s Bells Project may not provide fundraising assistance. Any fundraising efforts must clearly state that funding is to support the school. Entities outside of Ben’s Bells Project may not use Ben’s Bells Project logos for monetary gain. Mural payments received by Ben’s Bells Project are considered transactions for a program fee.
For inquiries on custom murals, email email@example.com
If you would like to request a mural or find out more about how to sponsor a mural in Arizona or Connecticut please fill out the form below.