In Partnership with Pendleton Art Center. This life-sized street map of Pendleton tells the 200-year story of a neighborhood within a city, dating back to 1803. The colored architecture shown still exists, including the former School for Creative and Performing Arts, the Pendleton Art Center and the tower clock by The Verdin Company, while the gray buildings remind us of what buildings once stood in Pendleton. Additionally, areas of raw exposed brick pay homage to the historic beauty of brick itself.
Felix Rodriguez, Emily Sites
Donielle Anderson, Shaelyn Beagle, Anna D’Amico, Nicole Fisher, Tylan Johnson, Traci Listo, Brian Pulliam, Danielle Schaefer
2013 Adopt-an-Apprentice Campaign Contributors
ArtWorks Board of Trustees
City of Cincinnati
Jacob G. Schmidlapp Trusts, Fifth Third Bank, Trustee
The John A. Schroth Family Charitable Trust
The Johnson Foundation
The Louise Taft Semple Foundation
Pendleton Residents Council
The P&G Fund of the Greater Cincinnati Foundation
power2give.org Project Contributors
William P. Anderson Foundation
The Wohlgemuth Herschede Foundation
Special thanks to Verdin Company.