Art wall in the South End

The Peters Park handball court in the South End of Boston has hosted an art wall for graffiti artists for 30 years, providing an outlet for budding creatives in the neighborhood. The Mayor has put a new call for artists to continue the tradition, for a new generation of artists to put their mark on the public art. Check it out.

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Today, I donated to a Generosity.com campaign to maintain the art wall, and what it represents for public art, for economic development, and for youth empowerment.

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