• Help us reach our goal for Building #3 of $38,000 27% 27%

Can you imagine a vibrant homage to African American heritage in living color enlivening the buildings on 8th Avenue?

All Here Together Productions, in partnership with Unlimited Future, Inc., requests your support for the “Past to Our Future” Public Art Project.

For those who no longer live here, we hope you can give here! We are raising funds building by building, please join our ecosystem of collaborators from local citizens, Global Arts of Miami, Fl., ArtWorks of Cinncinatti, renown artists Ernel Martinez, Anthony Reed II and The Central Appalachian Assembly executing this powerful artistic vision in Huntington.

Public Art humanizes urban environments, giving life to the history, culture and the community on which it’s situated.  We know the 3-Building Mural Project will visually transform 8th Avenue which once was the hub of a thriving Black community.



The 3-Building Mural Project is a public art collaboration between four organizations located in the Fairfield neighborhood of Huntington, West Virginia.

All Here Together Productions is excited to work on this project with Ursulette Ward, Executive Director of Unlimited Future,Inc, Norman Branch, CEO of Positive People Association and Celes Sheffield, Executive Director of Ebenezer Community Outreach Center, Inc.

Historic Education Workshops will be conducted by Professor Burnis R. Morris and Dr. Delores Johnson.

  • Thank you for helping us reach our goal for Building #2 of $35,000 ! 100% 100%

The beautifully powerful and original designs on each building are created from collaborative design sessions with the artist and the patrons of each facility.

Mural # 2

Thank you to all who have given for Mural #2.  We have accomplished our fundraising goal and the Mural # 2 installation is complete.  

Mural #2 Unlimited Future, Inc

Artist Betsy Casañas!  Recently voted “one of  5 Women Changing the Face of Street Art Around the Globe”. For more information about Betsy click here.

Betsy Casañas is a Visual and Public Artist, an educator, a community activist and an organizer. She is the director of A Seed on Diamond Gallery (S.O.D.) and founder of Semilla Arts Initiative. Casañas has 28 years of experience in the arts and has created over 70 murals worldwide. In 2018 Casanas was featured in the Robb Report  as one of “5 Women Changing the Face of Street Art Around the Globe”. Her work is known for its use of pattern and color and for the dignified light that she represents humanity in marginalized communities. 

Creating safe spaces has been a vital part of her work. As a Latina artist who has been working in communities of color around the world she understands the importance of the people living in these communities to see themselves reflected in the artwork and in the leaders of the places they inhabit. She believes that artists have an obligation to reflect the times we are living in and to highlight the people’s story and change the narrative that has been created for us. By normalizing and humanizing our collective stories we create communities that are more tolerant.

Mural # 1 Reveal Day – July 29, 2021

The community is buzzing about the impact of Mural # 1

Ernel Martinez was selected as the Muralist to complete the first building mural at Ebenezer Community Outreach Center. On April 15, 2021 the children of Ebenezer Day Care Center and  Ernel began their creative sessions on Zoom. Ernel asked the children to draw responses to “How can you change the world?” and “What do you love about yourself?” Dr. Delores Johnson facilitated a historical design session with the staff and the artist. 

The thoughtful drawings that resulted from this session inspired Ernel’s first draft of mural #1. We had a fabulous public paint day with Ernel and his wife painting the aaaaaaahmazing piece of art on Ebenezer Day Care Center. The children, teachers and Director Celes Sheffield were over the moon when they saw the design.  

Heart of a Champion: Tribute to Smokin’ Joe Frazier by Ernel Martinez. Photo by Steve Weinik.  Mural Arts Philadelphia.

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Mural Project

  • Help us reach our goal for Building #3 of $38,000 27% 27%
  • Help us reach our goal for Building #1 of $26,000 100% 100%
  • Help us reach our goal for Building #2 of $35,000 100% 100%

Your tax deductible donation will help bring ART in large living color on 8th Ave in the Fairfield neighborhood, reflecting the valuable historical and cultural contributions of African Americans in Huntington. This public art will visually transform this major street in the neighborhood that connects Marshall University and Cabell Huntington Hospital and the downtown area.

Unlimited Future, Inc is coordinating receiving donations for this project. As a 501 (c) 3, your donation is tax deductible.  Please include your name/organization and address and contact information for us to mail your donation thank  you and tax receipt.

If donating by check, please make your donation out to Unlimited Future, Inc, with 3-Building Mural Project in the Note line.  Mail your check to:

Unlimited Future, Inc.
1650 8th Avenue
Huntington, WV 25703

You can also make a donation by Paypal using the email address: ufi@unlimitedfuture.org or by clicking on the donation button below.  Unlimited Future, Inc will be the name on your donation receipt.


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All donation levels are greatly appreciated and help bring art to the community.

You can also use your phone camera to access this QR code to make your donation for the 3-Building Mural Project via paypal to Unlimited Future, Inc.

For more details about the Project

We need your support to continue building this monumental homage to our elders that also affirms our future!

Please help us meet our next milestone: raising the budget to sign-on artist Anthony Reed II for Building #2 – Unlimited Future, Inc. 

Once he’s confirmed, we’ll continue with the same collaborative design process with the addition of Professor Burnis Morris, Director of the Carter G Woodson Lyceum at Marshall University, then partner with Unlimited Future, Inc. on the design and installation of the mural in September 2021.

Huntington is on the horizon of cultural, and economic transformation. We’re humbled to contribute to a widening vista towards a more equitable and joyous community.

Our advisory committee: Ursulette Ward, Norman Branch, and Celes Sheffield.  AHT’s Executive Director- Mitzi Sinnott. Fundraising partner: Craig Hale.

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