Thank you to Shawndra Miller for volunteering for this project and for allowing me to guest blog about it on her site, shawndramiller.com. I am reblogging it here to start a neighborhood blog of projects and places that engage the community.
Lisa Boyles, who turned a vacant lot into a beautiful meditation space and labyrinth, is coordinating a new project in her neighborhood. Her energy and drive are truly inspiring. In fact, when I read that she spent part of her birthday volunteering, it moved me to spend part of my birthday helping with her latest project. Check out what she’s up to in today’s guest post.
Guest post by Lisa Boyles
Imagine people of all ages working together to improve their neighborhood. Think of a city unified through installations of art painted by community members. By designing a series of geometric projects, Andrew Severns has a vision for public art in the city of Indianapolis that can accomplish these things.
He says that the geometric uniformity among murals and other pieces of art…
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