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In 2018, Franklin received another installment of public art as part of its “Color the County” program. The program was begun in 2016 to celebrate the Johnson County Community Foundation’s 25th anniversary. Each year, at least two murals are designed and created by local artists for towns in Johnson County. There is usually a community paint day for each mural where locals are invited to participate using a “paint by number” system that the artist(s) have created for them.
Medium type: Paint
Date created: 2018
300 S Main St, Franklin, IN, 46131
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