Check out what the Tallahassee Democrat article here. Fully Booked is a placemaking project bringing art to trails. For more information on this project click on the "What We Do" section and select "2022 Fully Booked" project.
Before the end of this year, a new attraction is set to open in the park next door to Leon County's Eastside branch library. The project was chosen by this year's community catalyst team organized by the Knight Creative Communities Institute.
New artwork from the Knight Creative Communities Institute is now featured in R. Frank Nims Middle School, as part of the group’s push to create more public art. The principal at Nims, Dr. Benny Bolden, says the art brings life to campus.
Market District Association and KCCI working with partners on Market District revitalization, which includes better walkability, more green space, and public art. As part of KCCI's Placemaking Week, a new Greetings from TLH Mural is created.
More than 100 volunteers were beautifying a parking lot retaining wall in downtown Tallahassee on Friday, Sept. 24. It was part of a series of public art projects around the community being done as part of KCCI's Placemaking Week.
Leon County Government and the Knight Creative Communities Institute kicked off this year’s Placemaking Week with the Brushstrokes for Books community mural painting event at the LeRoy Collins Leon County Main Library on Friday, Sept. 24.