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Andrei Krautsou

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One of two murals by Andrei Krautsou, also known as Key Detail, on the WCUW building on Main Street.

WCUW mural completion kicks off celebration

After much anticipation, the city of Worcester’s Public Art Working Group is pleased to announce the completion of the WCUW Mural Project at 910 Main St. Artists selected to create five murals on the southwest side of the WCUW building installed their works of art in a series of two weeks.

“Great cities deserve great art. The addition of these murals to the Main South streetscape adds local color and personality. The artists display extraordinary talent,” noted City Manager Edward M. Augustus Jr., who stopped by the site to meet the artists with Mayor Joseph M. Petty.  

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