Igniting the Flame
I'm launching my first SOLO Art Pop-up THIS MONTH. Mark your calendar and join me in the historical Exchange Building across from the Metropolitan Grill.
Sept 23rd - 25th, 2022.
Myron wrote "A Lasting Influence" a letter to Seattle, featured in the
April 2022 Seattle Magazine.
Truth B Told II
Onyx Fine Arts Collective “Truth B Told II” featuring artists from the Onyx Gallery is out now! Go visit Onyx at Pacific Place in Seattle, WA to get a copy. I’m one of the featured artists!
Myron was nominated by Seattle Central College for a transforming lives award in March, 2022.
Shakin' Shit Up
Our Stories. Our Messages.
Hosted by Sharon Nyree Williams & Michael B. Maine
Season 3 Episode 1 Featuring
Myron Curry & Terence Smith
aired Thursday, March 10, 2022 6pm PST
Seattle artist who transformed his life after prison inspires others through mural art
"Pioneer has played a foundational part of my life, so this is a way I can give back, not only to Pioneer but to the other community members that are here and thriving," shared Myron.
Myron Curry's Story - Seattle Central College - Believe Gala
Seattle Central's, Brad Curran interviews Myron for the Believe Gala. Watch the full video to get a small glimpse into Myrons life growing up in the Central District of Seattle, WA. He also shares his amazing experience with Seattle Central College and how they have become his family.
An interview with former Seattle Colleges Chancellor Charles Mitchell
Myron speaks to Charles Mitchell about the MAC mural at Seattle Central Mitchell Activity Center (MAC). He shares with Charles how much he inspired him after he learned about the impact Charles made at the college.
Artist Myron Curry’s MAC murals yet to be unveiled to public
Artist Myron Curry’s MAC murals yet to be unveiled to public. Just as Seattle Central had preemptively closed its doors amid the COVID outbreak, artist and Seattle Central student Myron Curry had completed two murals for the bottom floor of the Mitchell Activity Center (MAC). The two commissioned murals, completed in March 2020, have yet to see the light of day.
BY JORDAN SOMERS ON 05/17/2021
Arts & Culture Jam
Myron created an acrylic portrait of Basquiat live while talking about his process and what it has been like to be an emerging artist in Seattle's art scene. He completed the painting in three days.