I cannot help but imagine the amount of preparation that went into the end of the year extravaganza with Centre-fuge’s Public Art Project Cycle 6.
“This latest round of creativity is a celebration of the last year in Centre-fuge (link). What began as a simple project to beautify an otherwise drab mid-block trailer on East First Street has become an alternative center in the street art community. The canvas was barely large enough to house all the returning creatives. There are plans to expand the program well into 2013 with some surprises along the way. Be sure to stay tuned!”
It was an honor to take part in this notable project, and with the level of caliber of artists that participated. For this cycle, the artists had a group of students that they could work with, and as an art educator, it was a pleasure to work with such eager talent. I had the opportunity to work with Fernando, a student at Parson’s, who helped me with the stenciling. A big ‘thank you’ and much luck in your future. This end of the year project will be up until February 2013.
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