Current Grounds4Art Projects

Scope of Artwork

Through the creation of a large-scale mural on the exterior of the Social Sciences building and a series of robust public programs, the Grounds4Art Health and Wellness mural project will be focused on addressing issues related to food insecurity, mental and emotional health, and social and cultural inclusion.

About the Artist

Argentine-American artist Cecilia Lueza has worked on a variety of site-specific and public art projects in cities throughout the United States since 2000. Lueza has proven experience in design concept, fabrication and installation of large scale exterior artworks, as well as the demonstrated ability to successfully collaborate with community stakeholders, government agencies, design teams, architects, art consultants, engineers and fabricators. Her work has been exhibited at Art Miami, Arteamericas, and Scope Miami Beach, and in the last year, she completed public art pieces in Washington D.C., Jacksonville, FL, West Palm Beach, and St. Petersburg, FL, among others. Lueza’s artwork can be found in public and private collections throughout the United States, Europe and Latin America.


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This project was made possible with the support of:

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Project Partners

On behalf of the HCC Dale Mabry Public Art Committee, Grounds4Art also recognizes our project partners:

  • Bay Art Files
  • City of Tampa, Arts & Cultural Affairs
  • Feeding Tampa Bay
  • HCC Food Education Depot (FED)
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Get Involved

HCC depends on your support to help make our community better. Please consider getting involved today.

To contribute to the Grounds4Art program through volunteering or other in-kind services, please contact Amanda Poss.