I’m Braydee Euliss, the Creative Placemaker for On the Mark, For the City. As a Muncie native, I advocate for local arts and culture and their power to fuel our community’s growth and transformation. When I'm not producing events, curating exhibitions, or focused on developing opportunities for other area artists, I keep my hands busy making jewelry.
What Does a Creative Placemaker do?
The National Endowment for the Arts describes creative placemaking as a field in which "p
I’m JoAnna Darda, the Lead Designer for On the Mark, For the City. Most of my days are spent working, creating, reading, laughing, and resting. My current obsessions are: luxurious yarns, retro-inspired sewing patterns, corny mystery novels, green smoothies,and the color red-orange. What Does a Lead Designer do? My role in this project involves examining all of the input, sketches, and inspiration we have acquired as a collective, and synthesizing it all into one big beauti
I'm Faith Kellermeyer, the Project Manager for On the Mark, For the City. I'm an idea-person, I'm an extrovert (most of the time), and I'm on a not-so-secret mission to make my community a more colorful place. If you'd like to know more about me and my role in this project, read on! What does a Project Manager do? Good question! In addition to being a project manager for the mural, I'm also a project manager for my day job at Ball State University and I get this question a lo
We're Trying Collective presents On the Mark, For the City, a collaborative mural project for the City of Muncie. Following the tragic events at the Orlando Pulse Nightclub, we were inspired to work hand-in-hand with our community to create a piece of public art that would illustrate our city’s acceptance of and support for people of all backgrounds. The south wall of 306 S. Walnut Street was immediately recognized as a big, blank canvas ripe for transformation. In addition t