R.B. Hudson Students Partner With Community Groups To Beautify Selma

| February 10, 2020 @ 6:00 pm

By Michael Jordan

When art, schools and the community get together, lasting partnerships are formed.

In Selma, such a partnership is ongoing as students from R.B. Hudson STEAM (science, technology, engineering, the arts and math) Academy are taking part in an art project aimed at creating a new and attractive space for the community.

Last month, students began working with Selma-based ArtsRevive to transform a building owned by Cougar Oil into an inspirational mural, which students say will be their vision for the future of Selma.

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