Centre-fuge Announces Cycle 10 Artists for Trailer Murals

Posted on: September 12th, 2013 at 10:00 am by
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Centre-fuge public art project just announced the participants for Cycle 10 in its popular trailer mural series on East First Street. This next round of art kickstarts on September 22 (painting is the preceding days), and will include works by CS Navarette, Damien Mitchell, Miishab, and Phetus, and with collaborative pieces by Nicole Salgar & Chuck Berett and Willow & Swil.

In other Centre-fuge news, the non-profit organization, in conjunction with First Street Green and NYC Parks, is seeking mural submissions for the plywood walls within First Park (closer to Second Avenue). If interested in painting this fencing, you should email FSG Murals. The following was finished last week…

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And speaking of Cycle 10, the Centre-fuge folks have designated September 21 as date for the annual block party. As in years past, the street will welcome live music, art, vendor tables, and rummage sales.

Centre-fuge will end its run in January 2014 … unless they get an extension.

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