is a multi-media artist who has been engaged in the study of art, culture and education for over 35 years. Since 1985, as Assistant Director and a lead artist in the Artistic Design Program (an anti-graffiti/mural program) in Camden,NJ, she has focused on creating public art with communities as a means of celebrating history and heritage, commemorating life and instilling neighborhood pride. She has been an active member of the Winston-Salem arts community since moving here in 1989 and in 1999 co-founded and continues to manage Studios 625 in the Art District.
DiNapoli- Mylet was awarded Regional Artist Fellowships from The Arts Council of WS/FC in 1995 and again in 2014. She has worked as an art instructor, educator and exhibitor in institutions such as: Reynolda House, SECCA, The University of North Carolina School of the Arts, Forsyth Country Day School and The Sawtooth Center for Visual Arts as well as Salem College, the University of NC and East Tennessee State University in Johnson City, TN.
DiNapoli-Mylet has created over 40 murals with schools and communities. Many of the pieces are collaborative works with participation from the community. Her works are in collections throughout the United States and in Italy and Germany.
She most recently developed and implemented the !POWAR! Program (2010-2015), a public art program in Winston-Salem with a focus on mentoring youth and building community bonds through public art projects.
Marianne DiNapoli-Mylet is available for consultation about location, funding and design as well as mural implementation and creation .