The Interactive Resource Center, a day center for the homeless in Greensboro, North Carolina, provides immediate services to address the basic needs of the people of Guilford Country, as well as the resource referrals for all community residents.
People at the IRC who have expressed an interest in art making are working with local artists and sculptors to create 12” x 12” cast aluminum bas relief sculptures. Their goal is to assemble 100 of these aluminum squares into a public art mural to adorn the side of their new building, located in downtown Greensboro. The Sacred Space for the City art exhibition will display several finished sculptures, along with carvings used to cast the aluminum and photos of the work in progress. The public will be invited to help this ambitious art project continue to move forward by donating funds and ideas for sculpture designs.