Love Where You Live: Waco Street Art Tour

DateNovember 6, 2020
Time3:00 - 5:00 pm
Location501 S 8th St, Waco, TX 76706
Description

Waco is Waycool, and the Love Where You Live Street Art Tour showcases the creative identity and vibrant culture of the city.


Whether you enjoy street art and graffiti or know nothing about it, you can enjoy this exclusive experience. Discover parts of the ever-changing street art scene in Downtown Waco as well as local businesses and restaurants. Whether you're looking for great photo ops, fun facts, or a fun time with friends in Waco you can experience all on this tour.


By the end of this well-curated tour, you're guaranteed to know more about Waco's public art and you'll never look at murals, street art, or graffiti the same way again.


Together, we'll explore one of Waco's largest concentrations of public art. We'll begin at the "City with a Soul" Mural located at the corner of Webster Ave. & S. 8th Street (just a block from the Magnolia Silohs!) and explore part of downtown Waco, with story sharing and photo op stops along the way.


Iconic pieces include the "Bold Waco" Mural, "Dichotomy Waco" Mural, "Mick Burson Abstract" Mural, and more.


This tour is made possible by the valuable information, resources, and partnerships coordinated by Creative Waco and the Baylor University Solid Gold Neighbor Program, sponsored by Baylor External Affairs.


Important Details
-RSVP only.
-Open to current Baylor students only.
-Limited to 15 individuals total.
-All individuals must wear a face covering throughout the duration of the tour.
-Please wear comfortable closed-toe shoes, layer clothing for varying temperatures, and bring a bottle of water.
-Brownie points if you were your favorite Baylor or Waco apparel.



Know Before You Go
-Remember to practice social distancing!
-The best way to prevent illness is to avoid being exposed to this virus.
-Be sure to maintain a distance of at least 6 feet from anyone outside of your household.
-Clean your hands often. Wash your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds or use a hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol.
-Avoid touching your eyes, nose, mouth with unwashed hands.
-For more information on CDC recommendations, visit cdc.gov/coronavirus.



Please contact Dominique McShan, Assistant Director for Marketing, Communications, and Events, at d_mcshan@baylor.edu with any questions, concerns, or suggestions.

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