KCCI was excited to be part of Thursday’s beautification project downtown. KCCI Executive Director Betsy Couch started the morning speaking with the OASIS “Girls Can Do Anything” campers about volunteerism and how they can make positive change.
While learning the importance of self-empowerment, girls in Tallahassee lended a helping hand to beautify the streets on Thursday. KCCI was excited to be part of Thursday’s beautification project downtown.
Attending past Chamber city trips have inspired past popular KCCI projects, such as the popular TLH letters and urban park along the Capital Cascades Trail, murals throughout town, and saving the historic Waterworks Building.
NAI TALCOR, Knight Creative Communities Institute (KCCI) and muralist Cosby Hayes collaborated to design a new mural on a brick wall by Fire Betty’s Arcade Bar. Hayes is set to finish the mural by Friday, Feb. 1.
Local organizations are working together to bring a new mural to the Tallahassee community. NAI TALCOR, Knight Creative Communities Institute and muralist Cosby Hayes collaborated to bring a new mural idea to life in the Midtown area.
In a project that united Tallahassee’s college students with the highlights of their city, FSU partnered with FAMU, TCC and the Knight Creative Communities Institute to host the fourth annual Experience Tallahassee Festival.