On Thursday, November 7th at 10:00 a.m., the College Park City-University Partnership together with representatives from the City of College Park, the 21st District Delegation, the University of Maryland, the Prince George’s County Redevelopment Authority and business owners from the
ALL ABOUT THE MURAL – AND ITS COMPLETION Learn about the mural, the artists and see a timelapse video about the making of the mural! About the Downtown College Park Mural, “Psychophily – Pollination by Butterfly” About the artists Event
College Park, Maryland – A new mural has been installed in downtown College Park, transforming the most visible and prominent façade in downtown College Park, signaling that the Baltimore Avenue corridor in College Park is an interesting destination for arts,
On Saturday, November 2, 2019, artists, Cory L. Stowers and Jason Philp, and their team, removed the scaffolding from the Downtown College Park Mural, revealing this vibrant public art installation on the Baltimore Avenue corridor. The College Park City-University Partnership
This mural, supported by a grant from the Prince George’s County Redevelopment Authority’s and a matching grant from the City of College Park, is coming to life. This week it has gained attention from the Hyattsville Wire and the University’s
Cory L. Stowers and Jason Philp and their team worked late into the evening on Monday, October 21. They will be back in action on Wednesday, October 23. The mural is making much progress and is looking good. Click here
Cory L. Stowers and his team are painting the mural today and will back on Wednesday, September 23, 2019, to continue their work.
After Wednesday’s rain and Thursday’s wind, on Friday, October 18, Cory L. Stowers, Jason Philp and their team finished outlining the mural, and started filling it in. They are working top to bottom. These are photos from today’s work!
Last night, Monday, October 14, 2019, artists Cory L. Stowers and Jason Philp began adding the elements to the mural located on the prominent upper-story facade along Baltimore Avenue near the intersection with Knox Road. The outlines of the Terrapin,
On Friday, October 11, 2019, and over the weekend, artist Corey Stowers and his team finished priming the walls and are ready for outlining to start early this week.