The Towson Creative Partnership announced Tuesday a call for artists to submit proposals for a mural design to go on the facade of the library building that faces York Road.

The mural will cover roughly 1,800 square feet and be spread across separate panels outside the library building. The partnership is not specifying any themes or design requirements for submissions, but they did note that they “should take into consideration the architectural aspects of the building.”

“I want this thing to be something that people will drive to photograph and see, and then spend money in Towson,” said David Riley, the co-chair of the Towson Creative Partnership. “One of the things that every urban area should have is a great art scene. We think now is Towson’s time to have that developed.”

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