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Baltimore Fishbowl Southwest Baltimore Mural Evinces Second Chance – Baltimore Fishbowl

photo via Second Chance

“Something that has come up over and over in our conversations with community members is how much they value the history of Baltimore and their commitment to the future of Baltimore,” Powers said in a description of the work.

Second Chance, located at 1700 Ridgely Street, was an apt choice. The organization deconstructs older buildings to make the materials available for reuse, and its workforce is made up of people who face barriers to employment.

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The Funnel Tunnel Snakes its Way Through the Streets of Houston | Colossal

The Funnel Tunnel Snakes its Way Through the Streets of Houston wood installation

It’s the Funnel Tunnel, a recent public art installation by artist Patrick Renner, commissioned by Art League Houston. The snaking 180 foot sculpture was built from steel and reclaimed wood and snakes its way just outside the ALH building in Houston.

The Funnel Tunnel Snakes its Way Through the Streets of Houston wood installation

The Funnel Tunnel Snakes its Way Through the Streets of Houston wood installation

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