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    From left: Diane Roberts, Marianne Lods and Maryann Cannon. All three worked on the Tile the Town project and executed this installation.
    From left: Diane Roberts, Marianne Lods and Maryann Cannon. All three worked on the Tile the Town project and executed this installation.
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    The Tile the Town Mural installation was recently completed on the rear wall entrance to the Riverfront Renaissance Center for the Arts and Andrea’s Trattoria Italiana in the first block of High Street in the Glasstown Arts District located in Millville. Thirty-two tiles formed a 4-foot, by 8-foot mural that is in a location seen by hundreds of people each week. Last year, the Millville Development Corporation held a fundraising campaign through Kickstarter to raise enough capital to award generous prizes to winning entries by professional and non-professional artists. Materials were also covered in the Kickstarter project. Sixty artists created 109 one-foot square tiles. Over 50 of these were installed on buildings in the Arts District in 2015. Now there are only about 20 remaining and they will be placed on a few more privately-owned locations. From left: Diane Roberts, Marianne Lods and Maryann Cannon. All three worked on the Tile the Town project and executed this installation.
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    COLORFUL TOUCH
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    From left: Diane Roberts, Marianne Lods and Maryann Cannon. All three worked on the Tile the Town project and executed this installation.
    From left: Diane Roberts, Marianne Lods and Maryann Cannon. All three worked on the Tile the Town project and executed this installation.
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    The Tile the Town Mural installation was recently completed on the rear wall entrance to the Riverfront Renaissance Center for the Arts and Andrea’s Trattoria Italiana in the first block of High Street in the Glasstown Arts District located in Millville. Thirty-two tiles formed a 4-foot, by 8-foot mural that is in a location seen by hundreds of people each week. Last year, the Millville Development Corporation held a fundraising campaign through Kickstarter to raise enough capital to award generous prizes to winning entries by professional and non-professional artists. Materials were also covered in the Kickstarter project. Sixty artists created 109 one-foot square tiles. Over 50 of these were installed on buildings in the Arts District in 2015. Now there are only about 20 remaining and they will be placed on a few more privately-owned locations. From left: Diane Roberts, Marianne Lods and Maryann Cannon. All three worked on the Tile the Town project and executed this installation.
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    From left: Diane Roberts, Marianne Lods and Maryann Cannon. All three worked on the Tile the Town project and executed this installation.
    From left: Diane Roberts, Marianne Lods and Maryann Cannon. All three worked on the Tile the Town project and executed this installation.
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    The Tile the Town Mural installation was recently completed on the rear wall entrance to the Riverfront Renaissance Center for the Arts and Andrea’s Trattoria Italiana in the first block of High Street in the Glasstown Arts District located in Millville. Thirty-two tiles formed a 4-foot, by 8-foot mural that is in a location seen by hundreds of people each week. Last year, the Millville Development Corporation held a fundraising campaign through Kickstarter to raise enough capital to award generous prizes to winning entries by professional and non-professional artists. Materials were also covered in the Kickstarter project. Sixty artists created 109 one-foot square tiles. Over 50 of these were installed on buildings in the Arts District in 2015. Now there are only about 20 remaining and they will be placed on a few more privately-owned locations. From left: Diane Roberts, Marianne Lods and Maryann Cannon. All three worked on the Tile the Town project and executed this installation.
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    From left: Diane Roberts, Marianne Lods and Maryann Cannon. All three worked on the Tile the Town project and executed this installation.
    From left: Diane Roberts, Marianne Lods and Maryann Cannon. All three worked on the Tile the Town project and executed this installation.
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    The Tile the Town Mural installation was recently completed on the rear wall entrance to the Riverfront Renaissance Center for the Arts and Andrea’s Trattoria Italiana in the first block of High Street in the Glasstown Arts District located in Millville. Thirty-two tiles formed a 4-foot, by 8-foot mural that is in a location seen by hundreds of people each week. Last year, the Millville Development Corporation held a fundraising campaign through Kickstarter to raise enough capital to award generous prizes to winning entries by professional and non-professional artists. Materials were also covered in the Kickstarter project. Sixty artists created 109 one-foot square tiles. Over 50 of these were installed on buildings in the Arts District in 2015. Now there are only about 20 remaining and they will be placed on a few more privately-owned locations. From left: Diane Roberts, Marianne Lods and Maryann Cannon. All three worked on the Tile the Town project and executed this installation.
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    From left: Diane Roberts, Marianne Lods and Maryann Cannon. All three worked on the Tile the Town project and executed this installation.
    From left: Diane Roberts, Marianne Lods and Maryann Cannon. All three worked on the Tile the Town project and executed this installation.
    slideshow
    The Tile the Town Mural installation was recently completed on the rear wall entrance to the Riverfront Renaissance Center for the Arts and Andrea’s Trattoria Italiana in the first block of High Street in the Glasstown Arts District located in Millville. Thirty-two tiles formed a 4-foot, by 8-foot mural that is in a location seen by hundreds of people each week. Last year, the Millville Development Corporation held a fundraising campaign through Kickstarter to raise enough capital to award generous prizes to winning entries by professional and non-professional artists. Materials were also covered in the Kickstarter project. Sixty artists created 109 one-foot square tiles. Over 50 of these were installed on buildings in the Arts District in 2015. Now there are only about 20 remaining and they will be placed on a few more privately-owned locations. From left: Diane Roberts, Marianne Lods and Maryann Cannon. All three worked on the Tile the Town project and executed this installation.
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    From left: Diane Roberts, Marianne Lods and Maryann Cannon. All three worked on the Tile the Town project and executed this installation.
    From left: Diane Roberts, Marianne Lods and Maryann Cannon. All three worked on the Tile the Town project and executed this installation.
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    The Tile the Town Mural installation was recently completed on the rear wall entrance to the Riverfront Renaissance Center for the Arts and Andrea’s Trattoria Italiana in the first block of High Street in the Glasstown Arts District located in Millville. Thirty-two tiles formed a 4-foot, by 8-foot mural that is in a location seen by hundreds of people each week. Last year, the Millville Development Corporation held a fundraising campaign through Kickstarter to raise enough capital to award generous prizes to winning entries by professional and non-professional artists. Materials were also covered in the Kickstarter project. Sixty artists created 109 one-foot square tiles. Over 50 of these were installed on buildings in the Arts District in 2015. Now there are only about 20 remaining and they will be placed on a few more privately-owned locations. From left: Diane Roberts, Marianne Lods and Maryann Cannon. All three worked on the Tile the Town project and executed this installation.
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