A collage of four portrait drawings by artist Deborah Aschheim

Raleigh Stories Public Art Project

A project by Deborah Aschheim in partnership with Raleigh Arts and historical information by Carmen Cauthen


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About the Project

Raleigh Stories is a community engagement public art project by Deborah Aschheim about Raleigh neighborhoods and communities. Aschheim creates unique drawings of the people and places that make up the Raleigh community. Participants receive a free signed print of their drawing and are featured on the Raleigh Stories Instagram. Other public art projects related to this project will also be installed around the city.

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Artist Biography

headshot of Deborah Aschheim

Deborah Aschheim makes installations, sculptures, and drawings about memory and place for buildings, parks, hospitals, transportation, and social media platforms. She has explored themes of collective memory, oral history, and social justice themes in vernacular history projects that blend participant interviews with drawing to bring the stories of diverse communities to life.

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Kelly McChesney
Public Art Director
kelly.mcchesney@raleighnc.gov

Department:
Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources
Service Categories:
Raleigh Arts
Related Services:
Public Art

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