When Princeton University senior Julia Neufeld first saw a photograph of the lobby at Harriet Bryan House, she saw a long, blank wall—a very large blank wall.
”It looked like a big wall!” she said. “It’s about 8 feet by 30 feet, approximately. It was even hard to get the whole thing in there.”
Over two weeks in August, Ms. Neufeld transformed the wall at Harriet Bryan House, one of Princeton Community Housing’s (PCH) four affordable housing sites, into a three-panel mural depicting scenes from the housing complex’s courtyard and the Albert E. Hinds Plaza by the Princeton Public Library. Harriet Bryan House is one of PCH’s two senior residential communities.
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