Downtown Newark, New Jersey, is looking a bit more colorful today thanks to the Newark Artist Collaboration (NAC), which recently installed 13 site-specific art installations by the city’s artists and art collectives on building facades and in one corporate headquarters.
On May 24, executives from project sponsor, the Newark-based audiobook and podcast giant Audible, joined elected officials and community members to unveil the new artwork. The event started in front of a mural on the Newark Public Library annex, where attendees heard speeches from those involved in the project, including Don Katz, founder and executive chairman of Audible, and V.P. of Urban Innovation Aisha
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