WCU Student Paints Mural to Celebrate Milestone Anniversary of West Chester Nonprofit

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Noah Burns
Image via Daily Local News.
Noah Burns.

West Chester University student Noah Burns has been busy creating a mural celebrating the 200th Anniversary of the Friends Association, according to a staff report from the Daily Local News

Burns, a sophomore in the school’s Art and Design department, is painting the wall on the side of the nonprofit’s building in West Chester. 

“I’m excited to have my work showcased in such a public place,” he said. “This is a big opportunity for me.” 

Friends Association provides services for individuals and families experiencing homelessness in Chester County. 

The organization put out a call for artists last year. Burns’ design was chosen “to create a permanent artistic representation of our values and ideals to commemorate this milestone anniversary,” said Emily McClure, former Chief Advancement Officer for the Friends Association. 

Read more about Noah Burns in the Daily Local News

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