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Photos: All City Art Club Covers Carytown Carlot

The hope is that more projects similar to this will be allowed to spring up.

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All City Art Club calls themselves “A grassroots creative collaboration dedicated to building a platform for minority creatives, uplifting their work and creating a welcoming community in Richmond, Virginia and beyond.” Even if you don’t their name you’ve seen their art throughout Richmond. Last month the collective of creatives descended on Carytown and turned a parking garage into a gallery of colorful murals.

RVAMag has an excellent interview that I suggest you check out and it includes the names of all the artists that contributed. HOW ALL CITY ART CLUB TOOK A PARKING LOT AND CREATED A NEW STREET ART GALLERY






























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Richard Hayes is the co-founder of RVAHub. When he isn't rounding up neighborhood news, he's likely watching soccer or chasing down the latest and greatest board game.