Improving cities through public art
& civic engagement


Graham Projects is a Baltimore-based creative agency making cities more inclusive and livable through public art and civic engagement. 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. Some call it creative placemaking, others tactical urbanism. We call it public art for the common good.

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Our Process

► You present the place challenge
► Graham Projects outlines strategies
► You approve a design
► We make place happen!

Let’s Make Place Happen!

National Aquarium Parking Wayfinding

National Aquarium Parking Wayfinding



  • New Public Sites Spring 2019 tours

    The Graham Projects’ walking tour program New Public Sites is excited to offer four tours this spring in Baltimore City and Arlington, VA. Baltimore City tours are offered in partnership with Baltimore Heritage. Arlington tours are offered as part of the Arlington Public Art and Rosslyn BID programming. Check back for updates on registering for […]

  • Graham Coreil-Allen headshot

    I’m honored and humbled to announce that I have been awarded a 2018 Open Society Institute (OSI) Baltimore Community Fellowship providing me with eighteen months of funding and organizing support as I collaborate with residents on reconnecting our West Baltimore neighborhoods with Druid Hill Park. Through the Druid Hill Complete Streets project I will be […]

  • New Public Sites Tours Fall 2018

    This fall New Public Sites is excited to offer one new walking tour in Arlington, Virginia, Wandering the West Pike, and three classics in Baltimore City; Inner Harbor Baltimore Drift, Station North Ave, and Druid Hill Reservoir Interchange! This tours series focuses on impactful, intersecting issues; including pedestrian safety, creative placemaking, transportation infrastructure, and how […]