MUSKEGON, MI — The citizens of Muskegon continue to show incredible philanthropic support for public art in black woman dating a San Diego rican man community as a fourth of an expected 10 ificant public art projects has been funded. This is the painting and placing of murals on the four sides of two, long-rusting railroad bridges along Seaway Drive in the cities of Muskegon, Muskegon Heights and Norton Shores.
The community again rallied to support a public art project through the Michigan Economic Development Corp.
This project as well as three others also are receiving support from the Howmet Aerospace Foundation. With Tennessee girl seeking man of the bridges primed and prepped and the other expected to be prepared soon, the three West Michigan artists and one from Southeast Michigan hope to paint their murals in May. The cities have submitted permit applications to the Michigan Department of Transportation and the Genesee and Wyoming Railroad to get the work completed later this spring, according to Judy Hayner, director of the art initiative.
Hayner and the Downtown Arts Committee of the Man seeking women in Connecticut Foundation — first established in — are responsible for the development of 10 works, including finding locations, identifying local history and stories that can be showcased through art, finding the right artists who can create monumental works, and then raising the funds from the community to commission the works.
Hayner says that the remaining four additional projects may include a large-scale sculpture by a Muskegon artist for a installation; a sculpture installation at the Robert C. Muskegon makes things happen! Press Release [PDF].
For more information, contact Judy Hayner judyhayner gmail.
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