Four New Community Murals On View in Tour
For the second year, members and friends will have the opportunity to view four new murals created by Cleveland artists as a part of The Cleveland Foundation’s Community of Relationships grant. The mural project is a collaboration in which the museum links professional artists with neighborhood residents. Cleveland artists involved community members in creating large-scale murals for selected neighborhood locations.
Come join the free Lolly the Trolley tours of the four new community murals on Saturday, March 31 at 12:00 and 2:30 p.m. beginning at the Cleveland Museum of Art's north entrance. Guests will be able to meet the artists, learn about the neighborhoods, and view the murals.
No advance registration. Questions? Contact Nan Eisenberg at 216-707-2483 or e-mailcommartsinfo [at] clevelandart.org">
commartsinfo [at] clevelandart.org.
The Mural Project is supported by The Cleveland Foundation and Charter One Foundation. Additional donation by Glidden®, an AkzoNobel brand.
Fairfax Community Mural
Artist: Van Monroe
St. Adalbert School, 2345 E. 83 St.
Glenville Community Mural
Artist: Sequoia Versillee
Murtis Taylor @ Kathryn R. Tyler Center, 900 E. 105 St.
East Cleveland Community Mural
Artist: Anna Arnold
Peterson Building, Euclid Avenue at Lakeview Rd.
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