This summer, Baltimore Clayworks, in partnership with Park Heights Renaissance, Youthworks, and Safe Streets, have been helping students create a mosaic mural in Shirley Avenue Park. The mosaic tile mural is themed around anti-violence and hope, and will feature the Safe Streets slogan “There is hope in the Heights.” The mural will be placed in the adjacent Shirley Avenue Park and located in a space that is often used as a meeting point for peace efforts. We are so proud to be part of this project, and thank all of our supporters.
Baltimore Magazine has written an excellent article about this project, and you can read it here.
The Baltimore Times has also written a nice article about this project, and you can read it here.