Art for Peace: Muralist Tia Richardson transforms communities with vibrant color
Posted: Oct 17, 2021 8:56 AM CDT
Natalie’s Everyday Heroes: ’Cycling Without Age’ makes...
Barber shop offers up new twist on conversations with police
Voices Against Coalition releases ’Stop the violence’ music...
Master Lock employees protest announced closure of Milwaukee...
Milwaukee County unveils new Pride Bus design ahead of Pride...
Condiment controversy: Does ketchup belong on a hot dog?
Bills targeting sexual assault procedures at Wisconsin National...
Google employees teach kids how to be safe and smart online
Nearby Nature Milwaukee and Zoological Society of Milwaukee host...
Crews respond to fire at Milwaukee recycling plant
Wauwatosa West HS students volunteer to help end period poverty
‘Picklemall’ may be coming to Milwaukee, players promise...
MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- Milwaukee has a vibrant arts scene, not only performing but visual art and that includes the dozens of outdoor murals showcasing this community's history, heroes, struggles and promise of a bright future.
One work is bringing light and color to a troubled intersection. Artwork brought to life by a muralist who's also using her talents as a teacher, filmmaker and entrepreneur to create a more beautiful and unified community.
On CBS 58 Sunday Morning, Kristin Barbaresi joined muralist Tia Richardson as she worked to complete her latest public piece at the intersection of Fond du Lac Avenue and Locust Street.