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Indy artists encourage wearing face masks through art

As part of a city-wide, COVID-19 public health campaign, six Indianapolis artists have created original artworks to encourage people to wear face coverings.

Mirvia Rivera Eckert, one of the artists involved in the campaign joined us today to tell us more about this great initiative.

Mirvia is an Indianapolis artist born in Puerto Rico. Common themes of her work are her Puerto Rican heritage, love of family and friends, spirituality, and a fascination with nature.

As part of a city-wide, COVID-19 public health campaign, six Indianapolis artists have created original artworks to encourage people to wear face coverings.

You can pick up free copies of these #MaskUpIndy posters to display in your homes or businesses at these locations: Artsgarden, City Market, City-County Building, and the Original Farmers Market (Wednesdays at Monument Circle) or download them here.

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This art initiative is a partnership between the Arts Council and the City of Indianapolis. 

You can view more of Mirvia’s work on her website.

For more information on the campaign, visit the Indy Arts website.

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