If you can brave the brisk weather this season, try to enjoy a nice walk or drive around Historic North Brentwood while learning history!

PGAAMCC presents 4 public art installations that celebrates the history, art, and culture of North Brentwood; the first Historically Black Township of Prince George’s County. The public art is located at the Prince George’s African American Museum & Cultural Center (PGAAMCC), Baby Dee’s Guest Club, Gwendolyn Britt Senior Activity Center, and the Gateway CDC.

Public Art Locations:
Mural 1: Title: Nicholas, Location: PGAAMCC, 4519 Rhode Island Avenue
Mural 2: Title: Play that Song, Mr. Ellington Location: Baby Dees, 4516 41st Avenue
Mural 3: Title: For Our Generation, Location: Gwendolyn Britt, 4009 Wallace Road
Mural 4: Title: Our Hands will Rejoice, Build, & Shelter, Location: Gateway CDC, 4102 Webster St

Artwork produced by our very own Educational Director and prolific, muralist, Chanel Compton.

This project is sponsored by Art Lives Here and Gatweway Community Development Corporation.

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