Art + Placemaking
We believe public art can be a tool to help integrate neighborhoods and create more resilient communities.
In addition to our efforts to beautify public areas through our different programs, North Shore CDC created the Punto Urban Art Museum. This is a mission-driven art program with the goal of breaking down invisible socio-economic barriers.
The open air museum contains 75 Large scale murals featuring 40 global and 25 New England-based artists. The program also offers educational tours on social justice, equity and segregated neighborhoods.