(Steve Griffin | The Salt Lake Tribune)
Charles Miller, 10, paints glaze on a a tile of his hand as he works on a community-made mural to be installed outside at the Artspace Bridge Projects. Kids from The Road Home, local residents and winners of a "Design My Shirt" contest (sponsored by the Utah Jazz and AT&T) will create 6''x6'' tiles, which will be installed in the mural later this spring. The mural was being worked on at Art Access in Salt Lake City, Utah Tuesday, March 25, 2014.
Photo gallery: Jazz’s Jeremy Evans and children work on Art Access project
By Sean P. Means
| The Salt Lake Tribune
First Published Mar 25 2014 06:04 pm • Last Updated Mar 25 2014 09:33 pm
Utah Jazz forward (and artist) Jeremy Evans worked Tuesday with children from The Road Home, painting tiles at an Art Access workshop in Salt Lake City. The tiled will be part of a community-made mural — part of a community project sponsored by the Jazz and AT&T, and organized by Art Access — that will be installed later this spring at the Artspace Bridge Projects in downtown Salt Lake City.
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