BALTIMORE - Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, the Baltimore Office of Promotion and the Arts and PNC Bank have accepted applications from three communities of the City – Franklin Square, Greater Mondawmin, and Hamilton-Lauraville – to partner with artists and/or arts organizations to permanently reinvent community spaces using art.
The program focuses on bringing the arts community and community development together to create a dramatic visual impact that attracts visitors to Baltimore City’s neighborhoods.
Wednesday, the List will take you to the Franklin Square neighborhood where they’ve rejuvenated a section of S. Carey Street with amazing murals.
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