Four local artists, along with members of neighborhoods bordering the museum: Fairfax; Glenville; Hough and East Cleveland have taken part in designing and creating vibrant community murals. At this year’s 21st annual Cleveland Museum of Art’s I Madonnari Chalk Festival, the mural artists and community volunteers had a chance to draft large-scale cartoons of their mural designs. Take a moment or two to view this video recorded at the Chalk Festival and listen to why the artists wanted to be a part of this unique community project.
Then on Saturday, November 6, celebrate with the Cleveland Museum of Art as it takes a free Lolly the Trolley tour of the new community murals. On the tour, participants will enjoy light refreshments and music, learn about the neighborhoods from museum representatives and meet the artists who created the murals. Trolley tours leave the Cleveland Museum of Art at 11:45, 1:00, and 2:15.The entire route takes about 1 hour and 15 minutes and times are approximate. STOP 1 Fairfax Community Mural at the Renaissance Center, 8111 Quincy Ave.
12:00, 1:15, 2:30 Artist: Neal Hamilton STOP 2 Hough Community Mural at Thurgood Marshall Rec. Center, 8611 Hough Ave.
12:15. 1:30, 2:45 Artist: Anna Arnold STOP 3 Glenville Community Mural at Glenville Development Center, 10650 St. Clair Ave.
12:30, 1:45, 3:00 Artist: Jerome T. White STOP 4 East Cleveland Community Mural at MLK Civic Center, 14801 Shaw Ave.
12:45, 2:15, 3:30 Artist: Ed Parker For more information about the community mural project, please visit our website at www.ClevelandArt.org The Cleveland Museum of Art is at 11150 East Boulevard, Cleveland, Ohio 44106. Community of Relationships is funded by The Cleveland Foundation.