A mural on the sides of a temporary pedestrian walkway on Blount Street across from the gallery Artspace is one example of citizen-initiated art in Raleigh’s public spaces. A group of Glenwood South volunteers wants to add public art to the crosswalks on the busy road.
A mural on the sides of a temporary pedestrian walkway on Blount Street across from the gallery Artspace is one example of citizen-initiated art in Raleigh’s public spaces. A group of Glenwood South volunteers wants to add public art to the crosswalks on the busy road. Sarah Barr sbarr@newsobserver.com
A mural on the sides of a temporary pedestrian walkway on Blount Street across from the gallery Artspace is one example of citizen-initiated art in Raleigh’s public spaces. A group of Glenwood South volunteers wants to add public art to the crosswalks on the busy road. Sarah Barr sbarr@newsobserver.com

Crosswalk art planned for Glenwood South intersections in Raleigh

April 29, 2015 02:41 PM

UPDATED April 29, 2015 05:05 PM

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