Mural design for the CarryOn Homes project in Northeast Minneapolis
Mural design for the CarryOn Homes project in Northeast Minneapolis
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CarryOn Homes, an artist collective run by MFA alumni, is asking residents of Northeast Minneapolis to sew a flag for their windows, hoping to “mend the gap” that each of us are experiencing due to social distancing.

CarryOn Homes is encouraging residents to take any piece of fabric they have lying around and sew it into something they can hang in their windows in solidarity. This is part of a new project they hope to introduce in Northeast Minneapolis to address the 2020 census and immigration. Northeast Minneapolis is home to a large number of immigrant families with whom CarryOn Homes will work closely to ensure the installation is what represents their community best. The group will also be working with Hennepin County Commissioner Irene Fernando and the Windom Park neighborhood.

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