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P-ART: Street Art Walk

  • Address: 409 W. Martin St., Warehouse District, Raleigh, NC 27603

About

New to Raleigh or just visiting? Raleigh is a rapidly growing, ever-changing city. Many factors play into what's shifting, and that’s reflecting in its art scene. Have fun and get to know what's going on up close and personal!
"P-Art" Street Art Walk starts at CAM at Martin and West Sts. and meanders through the arts district then up towards Nash Square. Along the way, you'll see colorful wall murals, street art and sculpture. You'll also be invited to interact with others and reflect upon how and why creativity leads to a rich and meaningful life.
Annelies and Greg's style is similar to a walking TED talk as they'll cover a wide variety of interesting topics and warm your heart. Their kindness, joy and established connections within the local art scene make it feel like you’re visiting with a good friend.
Take home happiness and a great appreciation for life with Annelies and Greg. “P-Art" represents how valuable people and creativity matter to a thriving community and good life and stands for how Pandemic, Protest and Profit changed downtown Raleigh’s art scene. Join us!
Annelies believes creativity matters. She’s an executive integrative life and leadership coach, speaker, author and artist with a masters in coaching and a knack for poking in a good way. To learn more about Annelies, check out her coaching website, www.conduitforchange.com, and art website, www.anneliesgentile.com.
Greg believes life is richer when we communicate, cooperate and collaborate with one another and with the world around us. He's an award-winning facilitator and arts-educator teaching applied philosophy through music in corporations, congregations, communities and classrooms. You can find him online at www.drumforchange.com, in a hammock or perhaps behind a brew of one sort of another in locally-owned establishments throughout the city.
The price for this event is $25 per person with a minimum group size of 5 people.

  • About

    New to Raleigh or just visiting? Raleigh is a rapidly growing, ever-changing city. Many factors play into what's shifting, and that’s reflecting in its art scene. Have fun and get to know what's going on up close and personal!
    "P-Art" Street Art Walk starts at CAM at Martin and West Sts. and meanders through the arts district then up towards Nash Square. Along the way, you'll see colorful wall murals, street art and sculpture. You'll also be invited to interact with others and reflect upon how and why creativity leads to a rich and meaningful life.
    Annelies and Greg's style is similar to a walking TED talk as they'll cover a wide variety of interesting topics and warm your heart. Their kindness, joy and established connections within the local art scene make it feel like you’re visiting with a good friend.
    Take home happiness and a great appreciation for life with Annelies and Greg. “P-Art" represents how valuable people and creativity matter to a thriving community and good life and stands for how Pandemic, Protest and Profit changed downtown Raleigh’s art scene. Join us!
    Annelies believes creativity matters. She’s an executive integrative life and leadership coach, speaker, author and artist with a masters in coaching and a knack for poking in a good way. To learn more about Annelies, check out her coaching website, www.conduitforchange.com, and art website, www.anneliesgentile.com.
    Greg believes life is richer when we communicate, cooperate and collaborate with one another and with the world around us. He's an award-winning facilitator and arts-educator teaching applied philosophy through music in corporations, congregations, communities and classrooms. You can find him online at www.drumforchange.com, in a hammock or perhaps behind a brew of one sort of another in locally-owned establishments throughout the city.
    The price for this event is $25 per person with a minimum group size of 5 people.

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