Need a flash of color therapy or moment of meditation? Head over to the Highland parking lot to check out the newly completed mural by ninth-grade artists. They took their inspiration from Kieth Haring, whose works from the 1980s have endured and are still familiar to millions today. Haring viewed his work as "a vocabulary open to anyone," a concept that rings true in this latest collaborative campus art installation.
"All of the things that you make are a kind of quest for immortality. Because you’re making these things that you know have a different kind of life. They don’t depend on breathing, so they’ll last longer than any of us will."
— Keith Haring