Can creative placemaking happen in a parking lot? Yes it can. Glass House Collective erected four 16’ long x 8’ tall walls to temporarily transform a parking lot into a ‘Mural Garden’ on Glass Street. Three artists received commissions to design and install artwork during a live demonstration open to the public.
As part of the Better Block event, community members were invited to add their personal touch to a fourth ‘made-by-the-neighborhood’ mural. It’s amazing what happens when we make room for personal expression and the creative process – even if it’s in a parking lot. View Project
What does it mean to be an American in the 21st century? Young Americans, by Atlanta-based artist Sheila Pree Bright, is a series of self-constructed portraits of Generation Y ages 18 to 25. View Project