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Orange County Public Schools upcycle street banners with student artwork

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The City of Orlando and Orange County Public Schools have collaborated on an initiative called the Banner Project which features student artwork.

Orange County Public School art students were provided with old banners that were left over from previous events downtown and were asked to create a work of art inspired by a master artist.

Each banner was handpainted and sealed to protect it.

All of the banners will be available for viewing downtown during the month of March and are installed along the above route.

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The City of Orlando and Orange County Public Schools have collaborated on an initiative called the Banner Project which features student artwork.

Orange County Public School art students were provided with old banners that were left over from previous events downtown and were asked to create a work of art inspired by a master artist.

Each banner was handpainted and sealed to protect it.

All of the banners will be available for viewing downtown during the month of March and are installed along the above route.