Why Murals Matter

Mural Salisbury

The Beach to Bay Heritage Area will be hosting a Lunch & Learn workshop on Wednesday, June 22 from noon-1:30 at revival in downtown Salisbury. This exciting workshop is going to explore public art as story: showcasing our community’s values, traditions and culture through art. Public art murals also add interest and value to communities like no other art form can.

The presenters include Jamie Heater, Director of the Salisbury Arts & Entertainment District, creator of the Salisbury Mural Trail and Amanda Fenstermaker, former Tourism Director of Dorchester County and the driving force behind the Harriet Tubman mural.

The workshop is free and open to the public. Attendees are asked to bring a lunch. Refreshments and snacks will be provided.

The Beach to Bay Heritage Area is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to promote, preserve and protect the cultural heritage, historical linkages and natural assets of Maryland’s lower eastern shore.

To reserve a seat at the workshop email info@beachesbayswaterways.org and to find out more about the heritage area visit BeachesBaysWaterways.org.

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