Ras ‘Ammar Nsoroma

Ammar2Ras ‘Ammar Nsoroma, known as Ammar, was born in Milwaukee and has lived in Milwaukee for most of his life. He graduated from the Milwaukee High School of the Arts, where he painted his first mural as a senior, and then attended the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design (MIAD) as well as the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. He has exhibited extensively in both Chicago and Milwaukee and has created over 100 murals in Milwaukee, Chicago, Los Angeles, Minneapolis and Washington DC collectively. Ammar is a founding member of African-American Artists Beginning to Educate Americans About African-American Art (ABEA) and is an avid reader. The knowledge he gains through reading is reflected in his drawings, paintings, murals, and mixed media pieces. (photo from Ammar’s Facebook page)

Murals Ammar has painted include (in order of below photo appearance):
Joshua Glover,” mural at The Black Historical Society, mural at The Aurora Weier Educational Center, “Patchwork,” “The Franklin Square Apartments Courtyard Murals,” “The Mural on The Mosaic on Burleigh,” murals at Alice’s Garden + Aztec Ink, and “1290 WMCS-AM Radio Station’s 20th Anniversary Mural”

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