Kids And Adults Can Add To Mural Project In Maplewood This Week

The creators of the community-based mural project “Rivers” in Maplewood claim that creating art is always about initiating a dialogue. They are inviting individuals to sign up online for a timeslot to paint their own portion of the artwork through this Saturday, July 23.

You’re welcome to take part in “Rivers,” the Yale and Springfield Avenue Corner Mural Project, which was created by 15 of our young local artists and local artists Barbara M. Bickart (Fire in the Belly Artmaking) and Andrew Dean.

The Neighborhood Preservation Program of the Springfield Avenue Partnership is funding the renovation.

“Rivers” is a community-based, public art project open to participants five years of age and older who are interested in contributing their voice through color, line, and shape to this collaborative painting project, facilitated on-site by Barbara M. Bickart and co-facilitators Jennifer McClory and Katey Darago, they continued.

Register to add a “doodle design” of your own, one from their selection, or both.

The painters urged others to attend, saying, “In either case, please come on out to celebrate the vibrancy of this beautiful community by spending some time painting together and chatting.” “A discussion is always the goal when creating art. Come celebrate who we are and claim a spot on the colorful “banks” of this River for yourselves.”

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