Want to paint murals? Want a mural on your Pioneer Avenue Property? Bunnell’s June Artist in Residence, Kady Perry, wants to work with you to create murals for Homer’s Pioneer Avenue Revitalization initiative, Peonies on Pioneer. Perry will train local artists in public art and mural techniques in community workshops in early June. Interested artists and businesses should email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Kay Perry is an installation artist and community organizer who was born, raised and educated in Binghamton, NY. She graduated from Binghamton University with a degree in Mathematics and a degree in Graphic Design. During her time in Binghamton, she served on the board of the Gorgeous Washington Street Association, worked as the Creative Director of JungleScience Gallery and Art Laboratories and was a Commissioner for Downtown Development. It was there she gained recognition for her advocacy work in public art and grant writing, securing over $100,000 for art projects. She has painted large scale murals at the Lee Barta Community Center, Binghamton University, Handicapped Children’s Association, Flood Wall on Water and Eldridge Street, The Parking Ramp on Water Street, the Parking ramp on State Street, Cyber Cafe West and Brooklyn Northside Festival. Perry lives in New Orleans.