Mural Arts Program begins painting 50,000 square foot mural

Oct 7, 2010 | Mural Arts Program

The How Philly Moves project, which will cover the parking garages at Philadelphia International Airport, begins the painting process at The Gallery at Market East, in donated retail space.  Some of the dancers featured in the mural will be over 70 feet!  Read Monica Yant Kinney’s latest installment in the Philadelphia Inquirer here.

Laura Velez, who works with the Mural Arts Program, helps sketch sections of John-Jacques "JJ" Tiziou’s photographs onto large murals for the community to paint on October 9th. The muralists divide the large images into graphs and create a paint-by-number for the community. (Juliette Lynch / Photographer).

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