Mural Arts Program opens new Mural Arts at The Gallery

Dec 14, 2011 | Mural Arts Program

KYW Newsradio’s John McDevitt joined Mural Arts and Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter at the ribbon cutting on the brand new exciting space at The Gallery at Market East.  See his report here.

(Mural Arts Program head Jane Golden cheers as Mayor Nutter cuts a ribbon to open the program’s new public outreach center at The Gallery. Credit: John McDevitt)

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