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Greensboro Rural Mural 


The Greensboro Rural Mural is funded by the Maryland State Arts Commission’s Public Arts Across Maryland program.


The 4’ x 24’ painting was designed with input from members of the community and features Underground Railroad quilt patterns, cameo portraits of local heroes Frederick and Anna Murray Douglass, a landscape featuring the original site of the Greensboro Volunteer Fire Department Carnival, imagery of Eastern Shore Native Americans, local invasive and endangered species and an homage to Guatemalan folk art imagery as we honor our diverse community.


The artwork is being painted by local residents through June 22 on site and at Greensboro Elementary School, the AF Whitsitt Center, Crossroads Community and the Benedictine School.


About 200 local residents will take part in the design and creation of this visual representation of local history.


The finished artwork will be installed on the exterior of Tenchi Spanish American Kitchen in late June 2024.

For up-to-date info check

out our Rural Mural FB page!

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