A community public art project coming to Bromo
The Bromo Arts District was awarded a grant by the Maryland Heritage Areas Authority to support the Painted Path, a large-scale creative wayfinding project that will connect our historic and modern cultural sites within the district.
Our partner, Graham Coreil-Allen of Graham Projects, will create 18 large sidewalk art installations that will be connected by a path of wayfinding markers that will extend for roughly 1.8 miles. To finish the project, community volunteers will be invited to help paint a mural along Tyson Street. There will be over 6,000 square feet of pavement transformed with color throughout Bromo.
We want to hear from you on the styles and inspiration you would like reflected in the sidewalk art. Click on the links to share your public art ideas for painting the sidewalks. What colors and symbols might best represent your favorite place in Bromo? Please share your feedback for the Painted Path and Tyson Street Mural by Friday, January 22nd. Graham will create designs based on your input that will be presented during a virtual community meeting on February 3rd. Community members will be able to vote on their preferred artwork.