LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI)—The Tippecanoe Arts Federation updated the city on their Wabash Walls project.
You may remember the the Lafayette Redevelopment Commission approved to continue supporting the initiative earlier this year.
To date the project has created fifty-two murals in different surrounding communities. The project was estimated to cost $100,000.
Cheif Executive Office for TAF, Tetia Lee, said this project continues to grow and impact communities.
"I'm just very grateful for the opportunity to have worked with it and to have the opportunity to meet all the people that I have and to provide that spotlight for the artist that deserve some credit," said Lee.
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