Wednesday, August 10, 2022 16:40
Shoppers were invited to brighten up hallways with their own artwork
As the community prepares for the new school year, a fashion outlet in Niagara Falls USA invites shoppers of all ages to participate in the creation of a new community mural titled “Kindness Is Fashionable.” receive. Entrance 3.
From noon to 3 p.m. Saturday, the mural is open to the public for guests to leave their mark. No formal art experience required. Local artist Ari Price guides guests and encourages them to work together to create a unique mural.
Susie Swiatkowski, Marketing Manager, Fashion Outlets of Niagara Falls, said: “The murals symbolize unity and kindness, and we are thrilled to have a veteran mural artist like Ali Price lead the project. The artwork speaks volumes about the pride of the community.
This mural is themed around spreading unity, love and kindness in the Niagara community. All painting materials will be provided.
The kickoff event will take place this Saturday, but Fashion Outlet of Niagara Falls USA expects Price to continue adding finishes in the coming weeks. The final mural is expected to be completed by the outlet’s scheduled back-to-school event in late August.
“Community murals are a great way to bring people together. It’s a project that combines creativity, education and inspiration. “If you’re out shopping this weekend, stop by and add some personal touch to your mural. There’s no better way to show the strength of community in West New York than working together to create a work of art that everyone can enjoy.” .”
For more information, please visit www.fashionoutletsniagara.com.
Speaking of kindness…
Mall Walkers and employees at the Niagara Falls USA fashion outlet welcomed Lloyd the dog Wednesday morning. Lloyd resides in the Niagara County SPCA and runs a “to do list” while touching the hearts and minds of animal lovers in western New York.
Pictured are mall guests who took a selfie and donated pet treats, blankets and collars to Lloyd and his friends. Lloyd is pictured with Liz He Marshall, director of events and marketing for the Niagara County SPCA, in pink shorts.
Follow Lloyd’s adventures at #theadventuresofloyd.