The Central District is already covered in artwork from Coyote Central’s Hit the Streets program. The aluminum cherry tree near the Garfield Community Center, the art-covered facade of Medgar Evers pool and the concrete benches at Powell Barnett Park are among the many projects the youth creativity organization has created.
Young people in this summer’s Hit the Streets program will unveil their newest project at 1 p.m. July 21 near the organization’s new location at 23rd and Cherry.
From the group’s CDN event post:
On Thursday, July 21, a fence – filled with artwork – will be installed on Coyote’s East Lot on Cherry Street. A stellar team of Coyote Hit the Streets participants have been creating the art panels – cutting on chop saws, carving cedar, and bending metal.