06 Aug “Laney-Walker mural unveiled as part of public art project”
Via The Augusta Chronicle Article, “Laney-Walker mural unveiled as part of public art project”
By Charmain Brackett
“The first phase of a new public art project was installed in Augusta’s Laney-Walker historic district Wednesday.
“This is one of four works in the Golden Blocks project,” said Brenda Durant, the executive director of the Greater Augusta Arts Council. “The four artists have chosen to work together.”
Artist Sala Adenike created the mural, which highlights four African-Americans and their accomplishments. Its subjects are John P. Waring Sr. and the Lenox Theatre, the Rev. Charles Walker and Tabernacle Baptist Church, Lucy Craft Laney and the Haines Institute, and Jerrylyn Dent and the Pilgrim Health and Life Insurance Co.”
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