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The Hunter Museum unveils new mural on its campus

Read more about the Hunter Museum of American Art’s new mural by local artist Rondell Crier.

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“Flights of Hope and Healing” will join the sculptural works that surround the museum.

Photo provided by the Hunter Museum of American Art

If you’ve been to the Hunter Museum of American Art, you know the artwork is not limited to the galleries inside. When you see the museum’s campus, you’ll find works all around for visitors and folks just passing by to enjoy.

The Hunter recently unveiled its newest addition — a 37-ft mural by local artist Rondell Crier.

Titled “Flights of Hope and Healing,” the mural depicts a sunset, a bird, and water + is meant to inspire “a shared responsibility to care for one another and the world.” Crier was chosen from several muralists because his proposal “spoke directly to the museum’s goal of connecting people of every background to creativity, knowledge, and ideas.”

You can see the mural for yourself on the exterior of the museum’s east wing now through June 1, 2025.

Bonus: Make sure to stay tuned on Instagram + Facebook for announcements about public programming inspired by the mural.

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