Maine College of Art students show off the 48-foot-long mural they recently created on Preble Street's Joe Kreisler Teen Shelter, now being renovated at the corner of Preble Street and Cumberland Avenue in Portland. The students teamed up with the project's contractor, Wright-Ryan Construction, to create the temporary public art. The mural is divided into squares, each of which displays a letter and images that reflect the city's languages and cultures.
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