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The Future of Murals

  • Aired: 05/16/2011
  • 02:51
  • Rating: NR
Meg Saligman is best known for the mural "Common Threads" which, when finished in 1996 at the corner of Spring Garden and Broad Street, was the largest mural in the United States. Ms. Saligman, along with Director of the Mural Arts Program, Jane Golden, talks about changing the direction of murals in Philadelphia, by using LED lights on a mural slated for renovation and imagination.
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