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Mural project underway at Stax

Furman students at work at Stax Original Restaurant. Photo courtesy of Josh Morgan/The Greenville News. Used with permission.

The south-facing side of Stax Original Restaurant near campus has a whole new look. Furman students, working under the creative direction of local artist  Kate Furman, have given the once white-washed wall a makeover that will surely turn heads. The students, part of Furman’s May Experience mini course “Art and Community Engagement,” painted a postcard-like scene, “Life tastes better in Greenville.” The Greenville News and Fox Carolina reported on the progress.

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