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Warm Springs Community Action Team, Tananawit receive grant for large murals.

SUBMITTED PHOTO - Warm Springs artists are invited to submit sketches for their ideas for murals for two separate buildings, including the Re-Use-It Store, located adjacent to Macy's Market.The Warm Springs Community Action Team and the TananÁwit: A Community of Warm Springs Artists have received a $10,000 grant from the Central Oregon Visitors Association to create two large murals in Warm Springs.

The team is seeking experienced muralists to paint the murals, which they expect will leave a lasting and beautiful impression on the community.

SUBMITTED PHOTO - The Warm Springs Community Action Team's garage, at 1136 Paiute Ave., in Warm Springs, is one of two buildings that will be decorated with a mural.The murals will be located in two places: on the side of the Re-Use It Store, and on the WSCAT garage (at 1136 Paiute Ave.).

Plan on the mural fitting into a space roughly 25 feet long by 12 feet high. Other than the size of the mural, there are no guidelines on what the subject of the mural should be; your imagination and creativity are your only limits.

So, if you love making great art and are interested in making the Warm Springs community a better and more beautiful place, submit your idea, in the form of a sketch, to Emily Courtney, at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., by Sept. 13.

If you have questions, call Courtney at the WSCAT/TananÁwit office at 541-553-3148. Selections will be made during the third week of September, with work to occur in late September and October.

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