It all depends on how you look at it.
A great project and really nice finished works.
The space offers weekly painting sessions for everyone, regardless of artistic skill level, from kids to adults.
InLight 2016 will feature performances, sculpture, video, and interactive projects that will illuminate pathways, walls, sidewalks, and green spaces.
The event will bring 30 juried artists from around the United States and Canada together for a week of events.
The show is free and will run through June 19th.
The June 11th event complements the current “Kehinde Wiley: A New Republic” exhibit currently featured at the museum.
Art in the most unusual of spots is always welcome.
The special exhibition explores race and gender by replacing paintings of European aristocrats with contemporary black subjects.
More than 25 muralists and sculptors will leave their mark on the industrial neighborhood April 21st – 24th.