Pier to Peer Project Mural
We’re super excited for the Pier to Peer Mural Project to start today, just down the street from our studio! Ten different artists, including MESH’s own Megan Bullock, have been selected through a proposal process to paint 10 interstate piers on the West Side of Charleston over the next 3 summer months. Megan is so excited to be a part of this experience. Her pier’s proposed installation, based on local Native American histories and centered around the Native American symbol for creativity and ideas, the feather, can be seen above.
We can’t wait for these new installations to be a part of our neighborhood! Check out the project on FestivALL’s site, read the Gazzette article on the project, and read West Side Main Street’s take on the installation.
THE BIG REVEAL ! Another mural on top of a grandfathered-in awning in Flatbush / Little Caribbean in collaboration with @kate_niel ! If you’re in Brooklyn check out @flatbushcatonmarket - the oldest public Caribbean Market in New York!
Published on Dec 09, 2017
Watching our mural come to life at @flatbushcatonmarket in collaboration with @haiticulturalx in Flatbush, Brooklyn!
Published on Dec 07, 2017
In philly for the day running one of our Discovery workshops with @uofpenn @whartonschool Wharton Social Impact Initiative ... so inspired by the vastness of their work integrating a social impact mindset into the business world- from their WIRED database project to the Fellowship program to their weekly live radio Dollars and Change. Amazing to work with the leaders in this field ⚡️〰️
Published on Dec 05, 2017
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