Art Studio Class Paints Ukrainian Flag Mural Outside of Building

In addition to the Ukrainian flags placed around Case Western Reserve University and the campus buildings lit up with yellow and blue lights, students in David King’s painting class took artistic action, painting the Ukrainian flag on a mural wall outside of the art studio.

“I am very proud that Case Western Reserve University supports Ukraine,” David King, part-time lecturer in the Department of Art and Art History said. “Changing the mural of the art studio building was and idea that the faculty have been talking about for awhile and painting the Ukrainian flag felt like a good way to show support for the Ukrainian people.”

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