Saturday, November 28, 2015
Defining Lives: Jane Golden
Posted on Fri, Jul 25, 2008
In the past 25 years, Philadelphia’s Mural Arts Program has become, by far, the most important, prolific and successful public art project in the nation. And that is because of Jane Golden. The artist, a woman of remarkable intensity, drive and heart, took what might have remained a minor city program aimed at eradicating graffiti and turned it into a force for beauty, redemption and hope. Golden is a singular force who helps make Philadelphia distinctive.
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