A Love Letter To Syracuse: Bridging The Gap Between Two Disparate Neighborhoods Through Public Art

A Love Letter To Syracuse: Bridging The Gap Between Two Disparate Neighborhoods Through Public Art
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A mural artist's project aims to transform a barrier between two neighborhoods into a gathering point.

Naresh Kumar
  • 8 september 2010

Mural artist Steve Powers, a speaker at our 2010 NYC conference, is working on a new project, this time in Syracuse, New York. As part of a city revitalization project, Steve is painting thoughtful, mushy phrases on the surfaces of three rusty and neglected train bridges which divide downtown Syracuse from the Near Westside community. Steve calls his project, A Love Letter To Syracuse, and says his paintings aim to bridge the gap between two disparate neighborhoods and unite the city.

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