Art it Yourself Art & Community Youth Enrichment Program Presents Mural Revealing at Pla-Mor Roller Rink

Art it Yourself provides an assortment of creative services in the community which includes studio and mobile art classes for kids, adults, and special needs.  Engaging Painting on Canvas Parties and Kid’s Summer Art Camp are another great way to stay connected in the arts. We are located at Shore Cultural Centre in Downtown Euclid.

The “Art and Community Enrichment for Youth is our new year round program.  Youth are exposed to various styles and techniques of painting along with how to effectively apply their skills in beautifying communities. We will be painting murals, poles, benches, fences, garbage cans, doors, fences, and etc. They will find and see the beauty within themselves and share their art. Kids may become involved after school and on some weekends.

Art develops critical thinking, experimental learning, corresponds with literacy, math, science, and social studies.  It is therapeutic and healing mentally and physically.   During our creative process it will build children self-esteem and bring a smile to us all.

Kids from AIY Summer Art Camp started the first mural at Pla-mor Roller Rink in Euclid. Come out and support the youth, art, and Pla-Mor at the mural reveal “This is How I Roll” on Friday, September 2, 2016 at 7:00-7:45 PM. Afterwards you can enjoy skating with your family and friends. There is no admission charge for mural event but a skating fee.

Here’s an interesting article about the intriguing history of Pla-Mor and its significance to the black community. Go to

AIY was founded by Rozenia Cunningham a public school teacher, professional artist, and Vice President of Euclid Art Association.

Please visit and Facebook or call 216-395-4278 for more information about art programs and/or scheduling a mural painting, or being a sponsor.

Rozenia Cunningham

Owner of Art it Yourself which is located at Shore Cultural Centre in Euclid. School Teacher, Professional Artist, Vice President of Euclid Art Association, and a Euclid Resident.

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Volume 7, Issue 9, Posted 5:18 PM, 09.09.2016