The Rhode Island artist collective Tape Art, known for creating over 500 temporary murals installed around the world, will end our centennial celebration with a massive installation on the Brooks’ façade.
The latest in our Brooks Outside exhibition series, Tape Art will invigorate museum grounds and activate the community during its three-week run.
The mural-making process, which uses low-adhesive paper tape, begins on May 8. The public is invited to join in the mural’s removal on May 24 during Tape Art Finale: Party on the Plaza from 4 - 7 p.m.
Photograph © Tape Art Crew.
With special thanks to Ruth & Casey Bowlin and Montgomery Martin Contractors.