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GBCA Rubys Grantee Graham Coreil-Allen Announces Walking Tours in September

GBCA is excited to share that Graham Coreil-Allen, 2014 Rubys grantee in media arts, has launched his SiteLines project website and invites the public to join him on four walking tours next month! SiteLines will transform Graham's popular walking tours into a series of sharable videos, which explore the invisible sites and overlooked features of our everyday urban environment, and present a compelling portrait of Baltimore and its civic space potential.

Graham is inviting interested folks to join him on one of the upcoming walking tours in which Graham will guide participants to playfully explore public space while he shares some of the sites’ histories, design, and uses.

Saturday, September 6, 1pm ­ Crossing the Highway to Nowhere

Explore interchanging embankments around The Highway to Nowhere while boldly crossing where many have walked before. Meet at 398 N Greene Street, in the former Social Security Administration Offices plaza.

Saturday, September 13, 1pm ­ Reservoir Chill

○ Where the sidewalk ends beyond a flowing overpass, climb as Druids towards a pastoral sublime. Meet at 701 Druid Park Lake Drive, next to the intersection of Park Ave and Druid Park Lake Drive.

Saturday, September 20, 1pm ­ Old Town Wandering Revival

○ Honor the glory of Gay Street while humbly acknowledging its challenges with pedestrian gestures of hope and cheer. Meet 414 Old Town Mall, next to the Baltimore City Fire Museum at Gay and Orleans Streets.

Saturday, September 27, 1pm ­ Power Plant Alive!

○ Wear your full rock gear to swamp the market and flip the switch on its power of place. Meet behind the old Power Plant at 601 E Pratt St, on the south side of Market Place and Pratt St.

To learn more, go to the Sitelines website or download the full press release here.

Congratulations Graham!

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