The Stacks Squares Mural Project is a rotating mural project. Rounds 1-9 were curated by artist Austin “Blue” Richardson.

Located on the corner of Carroll Street & Tennelle Street (near Wylie Street) under the Fulton Cotton Mill / H Building, each round consists of 10 artists painting a 7’x7’ framed square. The exhibit changes two to three times a year (Spring, Summer, Autumn) and features a mixture of established professional artists alongside amateurs, new painters, & emerging talent.

Program Director John Dirga created the project in 2017 after recognizing a need to increase access to participation in the neighborhood’s robust mural programming. The original concept was meant to stay fresh, change fast, and involve both new and established artists. Blue was recognized for his talents and selected to curate the project at launch.

Stacks Squares is sponsored by Cabbagetown Neighborhood Improvement Association (CNIA) with the cooperation of The Stacks Loft Condo Owners Association, with further assistance by the rental manager, TriBridge Residential.

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