**SAVE THE DATE** for socially distanced reception with the artist and participants Sept 18th!
What Next? is a temporary public mural designed to showcase our individual words and reintroduce our community to one another -- to help inspire a shared vision for our collective future.
The mural will use the exterior walls the Shelburne Craft School to celebrate who we are, what we have learned, how we hope to change, and what we need to leave behind, as we look forward to the months and years ahead.
(submissions are now closed, thank you to all who participated!)
Please share your thoughts via this digital poll before June 12th and stay tuned to watch your words come to life at the end of June!
(Enter your submission under "Links" or via bit.ly/WhatNextPublicMural )
This project is by NYC based artist Aaron Asis. Aaron was born and raised in New York City exploring its neighborhoods, its people, and its streets. Over the years these explorations evolved from personal curiosities to a creative mission committed to promoting access & awareness of under-appreciated environments throughout our cities.
Today, Aaron continues to promote access & awareness throughout our cities — working with government agencies, non-profit organizations, and community groups to document under-appreciated phenomenon and to exhibit work in unexpected places. And, while this work is focused on sharing art experiences outside of art spaces, these creative gestures are not to answer complicated questions — but to inspire personal thoughts, and create public opportunities where people can learn, explore, and share throughout our cities.