The Biloxi Public Arts Project: Exploring East Biloxi

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Along various streets in Downtown Biloxi you’ll find murals painted on the exterior walls of several businesses. The murals are more than just vibrant colors, they’re part of a project intended to tell the story of Biloxi and engage people to explore the downtown district. WLOX Gulf Coast Weekend talked with Corey Christy of the Biloxi Main Street Association to find out more about The Biloxi Public Arts Project.

Currently there are 5 completed murals in Downtown Biloxi. By the end of 2019 the city intends on having completed 10. For more information on how you can help support this project contact Corey Christy at crspcrm1@gmail.com.

Magnolias – 773 Jackson St.

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The Casquette Girls – 871 Howard Avenue

Artist – Niko

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Biloxi Bird – 647 Howard Ave.

Artist – Jerika Broussard

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Camille at 50 – 115 1st St.

Artist – Lucinda L’Enfant

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Mahoney’s Cafe Revisited – Under I-110 Overpass

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