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Amplifying Art Through “Voices Of MLK” In Chattanooga

Part of Josiah Golson’s panel for the first phase of the community mural project.
Part of Josiah Golson’s panel for the first phase of the community mural project.

A step forward for public art in the Martin Luther King Boulevard area of downtown Chattanooga.

EPB has chosen a dozen local artists to complete the next phase of a community mural project on the second side of the utility’s 10th Street Substation.

The theme is “Voices of MLK.”

Madison Myers and Ty Swint are two of the artists - and Scottie Summerlin is with EPB.

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