MLK Cultural Corridor Mural

The MLK Cultural Corridor Mural is a drive by and pedestrian friendly art engagement of Liberty City icons and history.  The project is a diversity of artists curated by Marvin Weeks in cooperation with the arts program at Charles Drew Middle School, which encompasses three strategic blocks, from N.W. 17th Avenue to N.W. 19th Avenue, along Dr. Martin Luther King Boulevard (62nd Street) surrounding the school.  The project is hoped to inform the many motorists who pass through the area and create a conversation about the history, culture and arts alive in the area. There will be interactive lighting on the mural during the evening tours.  Admission is free.

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