See thsoe people? They are going to change the way downtown Orlando experience art when they create the Mills 50 Urban Art Museum -- the city's first wall-less and permanent art museum. It's a collaboration between Process Architecture, Jai Gallery, Marcos Cruz, and Mills50, and here is their mission:
- Providing Orlando streets with a free quality art experience: impromptu, meaningful, respectful of the art, artist, audience and its environment.
- Reclaiming the streets and beautifying neglected areas of the city, making them interesting to look at, by transforming eyesores into artworks and even putting them on the map of must-see places for art lovers.
- Ultimately help bring Orlando where it needs to be as a true cultural city on the international stage.
There is currently a kickstarter running for the project -- with only 49 hours to go, it has already exceeded its initial goal of $4400, but there is still time to make a pledge and get exclusives including invites to the opening party and limited edition artwork commemorating the occasion. All funds above the initial $4400 will go toward future installations for the museum.