G3 Art Corps unveils next mural in SDG series in Malesso

The Guam Green Growth Art Corps (G3AC) recently unveiled a new mural created by artist Ha’ani Bettis in Malesso. 

The event celebrated the successful completion of the piece centered on Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 14: Life below Water.

The G3AC program provided local artists with the opportunity to learn about environmental sustainability and create art that inspires positive change via the messages of the SDGs created by the United Nations.

Bettis’s mural, reflects the themes of environmental stewardship and cultural identity that are central to the program. The mural will be on display in Malesso, next to the Merizo Supermarket, where it can be enjoyed by the community.

“We are thrilled to unveil Ha’ani Bettis’s mural and celebrate the achievements of the Guam Green Growth Art Corps,” said Governor Lou Leon Guerrero, who’s education stabilization funds grant for education in the community funded the project. “This program has empowered artists to use their creativity to raise awareness about environmental issues and promote a more sustainable future for Guam.”

The G3 Art Corps continues its mission with the target to release a mural in every village to education the public on sustainability, conservation, preservation and more. 

Ha’ani Bettis is a talented young artist from Guam whose work is inspired by the island’s natural beauty and cultural heritage. Bettis is a passionate advocate for environmental protection and uses her art to raise awareness about important environmental issues.

The next mural unveilings are scheduled to take place in Mongmong-Toto-Maite and Sinajana.  Follow G3 on social media for updates and a schedule. 

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