Art students from Caprock High School are getting a hands-on experience this summer and they’re brightening the community while they’re doing it.
The students are working on a mural on the side of the Snack Pak 4 Kids warehouse, and another on the wall inside the Hope Garden.
It’s a part of blank spaces, which aims to teach art students that being an artist can be a marketable job.
While the students are leading the project, they’ve also received help from the community.
More than 200 to 300 volunteers of all ages have helped with the mural.