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Cincy Story Mural is made possible by a host of community partnerships and committed individuals.
Some of them include:

Krista Brinkmeyer
Krista is the vision behind this entire project! Cincy Story Mural was born when Krista, a resident of Norwood, designed a capstone that combined her passion for photography and community. Learn more about Krista by reading her blog at http://friendsofkb.blogspot.com

DIY Printing
DIY Printing's goal is to enrich the lives of artists by providing an open printing studio that supports and encourages their work. Led by the vision of Aaron Kent, DIY provides awareness, outreach, and education for the community. They're also the phenomenal folks screen-printing the giant versions of the Cincy Story Murals and helping us install them across Cincinnati! Find them at: http://www.diyprintingshop.com

Starfire
"Empowering Individuals. Changing Communities." We can not say enough good things about Starfire; please experience them for yourself! You can learn more about the Starfire community at http://www.starfirecouncil.org

Public Allies Cincinnati
“Everyone Leads.” Public Allies advances new leadership to strengthen communities, nonprofits, and civic participation. Since 1992, they have been developing a new generation of diverse leaders and promoting innovative leadership practices that meet the demands of changing times. Learn more at: http://www.publicallies.org

Cincy.com
The Cincy.com project is an in-depth, local, permanent work in progress, sharing the stories of local life and exploring our many connections in the Tristate. We're so grateful for their technological support and expertise! Special kudos to Randy Weeks—we don’t know what we’d do without you! Visit them at: http://www.cincy.com

Sybilka Storie Photography
From Polaroids to pixels, Syb has documented her world through the lens. Find out more at: http://www.thestorieteller.com/

Cedric Michael Cox
An artist and painter, Cedric exhibits his work locally and regionally. His work “expresses his experience living in the inner city with themes ranging from mythical literature to the relationships between the physical body, musical allegories, and the urban cityscape.” Most recently, he finished his second public mural with ArtWorks for the community of Avondale, Cincinnati. He is a passionate and active citizen who has used his artistic talents to shed light on the unique and beautiful neighborhoods that make Cincinnati a special place. His vision will aid in the expression of the Cincy Story Mural. You can find him at: http://cedriccox.wordpress.com/