Creative Girls Rock Mural
Elisheba Israel Mrozik, Lead Artist
Metro Arts' Thrive program connects artists and organizations with the community to create investments, cultural connections, and transformations. Thrive empowers artists and organizations to strengthen and cultivate communities in Davidson County. For FY25 (7/1/24 – 6/30/25), Metro Arts Thrive program is considering proposals in two categories:
Thrive Category 1: Community Public Art Projects
A Thrive Category 1: Community Public Art Project is defined as a temporary artwork that exists in a public space that is accessible to the general public, including privately-owned property such as a local business or organization. Thrive public art projects have included murals, sculpture, integrated architectural or landscape architectural work, community art, digital new media, etc. Successful projects will utilize the Metro Arts Mural Guide. Thrive projects can support the creation, maintenance, and removal of public artworks.
Thrive Category 2: Community-Based Art Projects
A Thrive Category 2: Community-Based Art Project will support artist-led, community-based art projects that include collaboration between artists and community partners and organizations.
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