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Casselberry Street Art
Originally started in Portland, Oregon and later St. Paul, Minnesota, the purpose of a street art mural is to involve the local community in creating public art while promoting neighborhood connection among its residents. The intent is to stencil a design onto the intersection, and correspond each section of the design with a number and color. On paint day, each community member will grab a brush to fill in the section creating art that is unique to the neighborhood and completed by residents.

The benefits to this project are multiple including:

  • Neighborhood identifier that would be unique to the neighborhood
  • Traffic calming
  • Increases connection among neighbors
  • Public art in the neighborhood
  • Adds to the City’s already growing arts culture
  • First of its kind in Central Florida

Concepts were reviewed by neighborhood residents at a community meeting at the Casselberry Recreation Center on January 14, 2014. See the powerpoint by clicking here.

On February 22, 2014, and later on March 15, residents and members of the community came out on paint day to join in the art!




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