Art and Utility Boxes

Victory Heights Park, Seattle

Communities allow people to connect with one another, share experiences, build relationships, and work towards common goals. Without communities, people would live detached lives with little or no contact outside of their familiar circle of influence.

The neighbors from Victory Heights Park created an event for their local community to raise money, decorate their neighborhood, and invite people to have fun simultaneously. A neighborhood project that entailed painting the gray utility boxes in Victory Heights by local artists, which won a city matching grant to pay for the artists and the graffiti-proof appliques that were applied to eight utility boxes. They invited local food trucks to the park on Saturday, May 15, 2021, and held a raffle for art work submitted by the local artists.

Utility Boxes Plus Art

A beautiful day for a walk with friends and neighbors. Posting my favorites from the Art Walk. A great idea to mingle with people in person outside and still socially distance.

Published by Mews News

Blogging from the Pacific Northwest, outdoor enthusiast, photographer, project manager and Certified Digital Forensics Examiner

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