According to Ralph Waldo Emerson, "Every artist was first an amateur", and that's good news for the city of Jeffersonville.
That's because on July 17th, Jeffersonville's NoCo Arts and Cultural District is hosting an event that will allow local residents to help paint a path of sidewalk that will be known as the Mural Mile in downtown Jeffersonville.
They are seeking volunteers who want to come as individuals or as a group to help put their stamp on the project. And best of all, no artistic experience is required.
We got the opportunity to interview Emily Dippie who is the City of Jeffersonville's Public Art Administrator. She educated us on exactly what the NoCo district is, talked about the upcoming Mural Mile project, and we discussed the district's first ever MImarket that will take place this weekend on July 10th.
Click on the video to watch our brief interview and get all the details.
To find out more about all of the happenings at the NoCo Art and Cultural District or to sign up to volunteer for the Mural Mile project, visit: https://www.jeffersonvilleart.com/noco-arts-center
You can follow them on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/nocoartscultural
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