Graham Projects is a Baltimore-based creative agency making cities more inclusive and livable through public art, civic engagement, design, and communications. Building on his background in public art, urban planning, and advocacy, Public Artist and Creative Director Graham Coreil-Allen produces participatory projects and leads social initiatives in the service of pedestrians and places.
Improving cities through public art
& civic engagement
- Periscope Public Art for Central Ave
7 Aug 2017
FGLA’s Interactive Periscope Public Art for Central Avenue approved by Baltimore City The Baltimore City Public Art Commission approved FGLA’s public art concept for an interactive Periscope tower and plaza at the intersection of Central Avenue and Pratt Street. This work is the percent-for-art commission part of the Central Avenue streetscape project. The Periscope’s angled Read More…
- Dancing Forest is Live at Artscape!
21 Jul 2017
[UPDATE: Click here to see the full documentation photos!] Come down to the Artscape Charles Street Trail this weekend, July 21-23, to explore Dancing Forest, a kinetic environment of inflatable trees emblazoned with trail markers identifying Baltimore’s many classic places, features, and customs. Participants are encouraged to walk among and explore the the animated trees as they undulate Read More…
- Why I support the Baltimore Greenway Trails Network
26 Apr 2017
Last night I attended the Baltimore Greenway Trails Coalition public meeting regarding their proposal for a multi use path down the middle of 33rd Street. It seemed that most people in the room supported some sort of bicycle facilities connecting the existing Herring Run and Jones Falls Trails. Of the people there, a little over half seemed to support a center-running multi-use trail down the middle of 33rd street, while slightly less than half loudly opposed the proposal. Below are the concerns I heard, plus some facts.