Walking through Wynwood is like taking a master class in street art: You're surrounded by murals created by an ever-changing roster of artists practicing a wide variety of styles. But for the students at Wynwood's Jose de Diego Middle School, the trip to school was once the only arts education they got. Despite its location in Miami's busiest arts district, funding shortfalls meant Jose de Diego had been without an arts program for five years. But then Miami's booming street art scene got involved. In 2014, dozens of artists, organized by WynwoodMap.com creator Robert William, joined forces to beautify the school's plain white walls — and to help its students in the process. Now students attend classes surrounded by works of art created by the city's top names, like Ahol Sniffs Glue and Typoe, as well as international talent including UK artist D*Face and Italy's Pixel Pancho. The project debuted during Art Basel. Now the murals provide limitless inspiration for the kids who walk its halls — and Jose de Diego's new arts program is slated to begin in the fall thanks in part to money raised by the mural-painting event.