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As part of the Indy East Art Peace initiative–a partnership between the Arts Council of Indianapolis and Near East Area Renewal to bring the artist, resident, and police officer communities together to think about how the arts can help prevent crime–participating artist (and neighborhood resident) Tosca Carranza spent time engaging with the community and learned that this site was particularly fraught with a history of violence, with three homicides occurring on the corner within a five-year
Medium type: Paint
Date created: 2019
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